Phytophthora ramorum sporangia

Phytophthora ramorum sporangia

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Caption: Phytophthora ramorum sporangia, light micrograph. The sporangia contain reproductive structures (spores). Phytophtora ramorum is a parasitic fungus-like organism which is the causal agent of Sudden Oak Death (SOD), a morbid disease of certain species of oak and other trees.

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