Phaeoschizochlamys (fay-owe-shit-sew-clam-ees), (pheothamniophyte), cells with golden plastids enclosed in mucus and forming aggregates. The mother cell wall is cast off in two halves (hemispheres) during cell division, and frequently these old walls are visible in the colony matrix. Differential interference microscopy.
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