Peltigera lichen, LM

Peltigera lichen, LM

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Caption: Light micrograph of a section through the lobe of Peltigera aphtosa, through a Cephalodium. The thallus is dotted with cephalodia, which contain one of the two symbionts, a cyanobakterium, species Nostoc, identifiable by the olive-green color. Nostoc is located inside the Cephalodia in small clusters. The other symbiont, a green alga genus Coccomyxa, is located under the surface of the lobe in a thin, continuous layer, seen at the left of the image. Microscopic contrast method : oblique brightfield with fluorescence overlay. Magnification 380x when printed at 10 centimetres wide.

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Keywords: alga, algal, biological, biology, blue background, botanical, botany, brightfield, cephalodium, coccomyxa, flora, fluorescence, fungal, fungi, fungus, lichen, light micrograph, lobe, microorganism, mycological, mycology, nature, nostoc, peltigera aphtosa, phycological, phycology, single-celled, unicellular, uv excitation

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