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Ascomycota / Dothideomycetes: Venturia inequalis conidia l.s.

Prepared microscope slide: Venturia inequalis conidia l.s. Infects members of the Maloideae [Maleae (tribe), Malinae (subtribe)], and is causative of the disease apple scab. Conidia are non-motile spores of a fungus. They are also known as termed asexual chlamydospores, or chlamydoconidia, or mitospores. Synonyms: Venturia inaequalis

Kingdom: Fungi / Phylum: Ascomycota / Subphylum: Euascomycota / Class: Dothideomycetes / Family: Venturiaceae / Genus: Venturia / species: inaequalis V. inaequalis

Alternate taxonomy: Kingdom: Fungi / Division: Ascomycota / Subdivision: Pezizomycotina / Class: Dothideomycetes / Order: Pleosporales / Family: Venturiaceae / Genus: Venturia / Species: V. inaequalis Venturia inaequalis (Cooke) Wint.

Synonyms: Venturia inaequalis

Forensics Lab Supply Number 3863075.

There are three samples on the prepared slide. Images will be of the middle sample. The main image of the center of Venturia inequalis conidia l.s. is at 40x. Additional images are at 100x and 400x.

Click here for a view of Venturia inequalis conidia l.s. at 100x.

Click here for a view of Venturia inequalis conidia l.s. at 400x.

This slide was prepared by Triarch (Geo. H. Conant) of Ripon, Wisconsin # 3-48a. It has been used in an unknown classroom setting. From the quality of the work, and the general appearance, it is estimated to have been prepared prior to 1960.

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This slide is placed here primarily so that everyone with an interest would be able to view it as though viewing through a microscope.

Image copyright held by Alan J. Pedersen.

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This product was added to our catalog on Saturday 27 September, 2014.
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