Figure 66: Micrograph of inclusions within the pulp cavity of EIN-23. These inclusions represent a variety of sizes and shapes. Most are probably fungal spores, spore sacks and yeast cells. The possibility that some of the circular features are air bubbles cannot be excluded. See also Figures 67 and 68. (Image credit: H. Hollund)
Figure 66

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