By Michael W. Dick (auth.)

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_£••.. ·' n I 2 I 4 I 10 I IJm 20 I FIGURE I: 2A: a: Saprolegnia principal fonn; b: Saprolegnia auxiliary fonn; c: Salilagenidium; d: Lagenidium; e: Ectrogella; f: Haliphthoros; g: Myzocytium; h: Eurychasma; i: Crypticola; j: Ducellieria; k: Gracea; I: Rhizidiomyces; m: Sirolpidium; n: Pontisma. 18 THE ZOOSPORE e 10 I JJrn FIGURE I: 2B: a: Lagena; b: Phytophthora; c: Haptoglossa; d: Ciliatomyces; e: Woronina; f : Polymyxa; g: Plasmodiophora; h: Endemosarca; i: Nematophthora; j : Olpidiopsis saprolegniae; k: O.

These hairs could be arranged in a plane perpendicular to the palisade of TTHs and also be perpendiCUlar to the flagellar axis. Alternate TTHs are figured (d) with reciprocal arrangements of short and long hairs (possibly involving rotation at the point attachment of the TTH to the axoneme plasmamembrane). The action of the straminipilous flagellum can be regarded as analogous to a rowing eight with fixed oars and a flexible keel (cf. the swimming action of nereid worms (Gray, 1939), and contrast both the 'sculls-action' of the pair of smooth flagella of Chlamydomonas, and the 'screw-action of a stem-rowlock single oar' of single, posteriorly directed flagella).

1961) gave dimensions of living zoospores as 3{) x 3 {) x 3 ·9-4·8 /Lm with flagellar lengths of 6 {)-8 {) /Lm and 2 {) /Lm respectively. , 1961) and that from the Netherlands (Kole & Gielink, 1962) for Plasmodiophora (and perhaps the study by Merz (1992) on Spongospora) should yield a contaminant fungal zoospore type, with a longer straminipilous flagellum and a shorter whiplash flagellum on a broadly pyriform zoospore, that is otherwise confined, outside marine environments, to Gracea gracilis (E.

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