dgeiser at mendel.berkeley.edu
Sat Nov 2 12:01:19 EST 1996
In article <55fgab$3geg at news.doit.wisc.edu> Kelly Patrice Collins,
kpcollin at students.wisc.edu writes:
> The structure "analagous to a cleistothecium" (and, yes, for all you
>anal types, I mean "similar in function but not in evolutionary
>origin")in the deutermycetes seems to be a papulospore.
You'll have to explain how a papulaspore is similar in function
to a cleistothecium.
(and if concern about distinguishing analogy from homology makes
one anal, sign myself and every other evolutionary biologist up
for Freudian dream therapy).
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