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The Oedogoniales are remarkable filamentous green algae. Their method of cell elongation is unique, utilizing a donut-shaped ring of soft wall material which is stretched to form the new daughter cell. Aspects of their biology are vividly illustrated in colour by time-lapse video microscopy. This video is essential for those who teach phycology and will fascinate anyone who is interested in the way `simple' cells live and evolve.
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