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English: Asci and ascospores, Morchella elata (morel), 40x objective, phase contrast, Zeiss Axio Imager.A1 microscope, Zeiss AxioCam MRc CCD image, Merritt College, Oakland, CA
Français : Asque (cellule reproductrice caractéristique des champignons ascomycètes) et ascospores (nom donnés aux spore formées dans un asque) de morille élevée. Photo prise au Merritt College (Californie) avec un microscope Zeiss Axio Imager.A1 équipé d'un objectif 40x et d'une caméra CCD Zeiss AxioCam MRc.
Česky: Vřecko s výtrusy Morchella elata (Smrž). Vyfotografováno metodou fázového kontrastu. Foto: Merritt College, Oakland, CA.
Date 13 May 2008
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