Freeze-fracture TEM of budding yeast

Freeze-fracture TEM of budding yeast

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Caption: Transmission electron micrograph of a budding yeast cell. Yeast is a kind of single celled fungus. Budding is a method of asexual reproduction in which a new individual is derived from an outgrowth (or bud) that becomes detached from the body of the parent (here, the lower cell). The large white structures with slightly fuzzy edges are lipid bodies, consisting of glycerol and fatty acids, they serve as reservoirs for potential chemical energy. The large grey structure containing a dark spot on the right side of the parent cell is the nucleus. Magnification: x28,000 at 228x292mm size.

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Keywords: budding, electron micrograph, eumycota, freeze-fracture, fungal, fungi, fungus, mycology, nature, tem, transmission, yeast

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