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Submikroskopische Cytologie der Pilzzellen

  • Manfred Girbardt
Part of the Progress in Botany book series (BOTANY, volume 29)

Zusammenfassung

Feinstrukturelle Besonderheiten der Pilzzelle sind, von wenigen Ausnahmen abgesehen, bisher nicht bekannt geworden. Wenn trotzdem eine gesonderte Darstellung erfolgt, so liegt hierfür eine Rechtfertigung vielleicht darin, daß die Pilzzelle eine gewisse Mittelstellung zwischen tierischer (Glykogenspeicherung, Chitinsynthese, Harnstoffbildung, Kohlenstoff-Heterotrophie, Vitaminbedürftigkeit, Centriolenbesitz) und pflanzlicher (Zellpolarität, Spitzenwachstum, Zellwandbau, Querwandbildung) Zelle einnimmt und berufen scheint, in zunehmendem Maße zur Lösung einer Reihe von Fragen der modernen Zellforschung (Regulationsphänomene, Genese und Dynamik intraplasmatischer Membranen, genetische Kontrolle physiologischer Prozesse) beizutragen.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Manfred Girbardt
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  1. 1.Institut für Mikrobiologie und experimentelle TherapieDeutschen Akademie der Wissenschaften zu BerlinJenaDeutschland

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