What are lomasomes?

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lomasome - A complex invagination of the plasma membrane into the. ... Lomasomes have been identified in some fungal hyphae and spore-producing structures, ...
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Lomasomes and plasmalemmasomes in fungi. Authors; Authors and affiliations; ... Lomasomes-previously uncharacterized hyphal structures. Mycologia53, 194–200.
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f The Structure and Formation of Lomasomes Authors: I. B. HEATH *, A. D. GREENWOOD; Microbiology, August 1970 62: 129-137, doi: 10.1099/00221287-62-2-129;
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The cytoplasm and most organelles and inclusions of fungal cytoplasm are typical of eukaryotic organisms. ... The function of lomasomes is unclear.
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The role of lomasomes in wall formation in Penicillium vermiculatum. Wilsenach R, Kessel M. PMID: 5864892 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE] MeSH Terms.
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f The Role of Lomasomes in Wall Formation in Penicillium vermiculatum. Authors: R. WILSENACH, M. KESSEL; Microbiology, September 1965 40: 401-404 ...
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