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Arcyria, slime mold with cylindrical fruiting bodies w.m.
Ceratiomyxa, primitive slime mold with external spores, w.m. *
Dictydium, fruiting body w.m.
Fuligo, slime mold, section through the fruiting body *
Hemitrichia, slime mold with bell-shaped fruiting bodies w.m. *
Lycogola, slime mold with bean-shaped fruting bodies w.m.
Myxoflagellatae, myxamoebae and young plasmodia w.m. *
Physarum, fruiting body w.m.
Spongospora subterranea, potato powdery scab, section with spore balls
Stemonitis, slime mold, entire capillitium with spores w.m.
Albugo candida (Cystopus candidus), white rust of cruzifers, t.s. of Capsella tissue showing conidia
Albugo candida, t.s. of Capsella tissue showing oogonia and zygotes
Candida albicans, thrush fungus infective to man, from culture w.m.
Empusa muscae, parasite of insects, sec. through insect showing mycelium and conidia
Mucor mucedo, black mold, sporangia and mycelium w.m.
Mucor mucedo, formation of zygospores w.m.
Peronospora parasitica, downy mildew of cruzifers, host tissue with conidia t.s.
Peronospora tabacina, blue mold of tobacco, leaf pieces with sporangia w.m.
Phytophthora infestans, late blight of potato, t.s. of infected tissue
Pilobolus, mycelium, spongiophore and sporangia w.m. *
Plasmodiophora brassicae, clubroot, host cells with spores t.s.
Plasmopara viticola, downy mildew of grapes, leaf with conidia t.s.
Rhizopus, bread mold, sporangia and mycelium w.m.
Rhizopus, formation of zygospores w.m.