B = brown; BB = blackish brown BJ= brownish yellow CB = chocolate brown DB = dark brown DiB = dirty brown DY : dark yellow G : gray GB = golden brown GrB = gray brown H = hyalin O = orange OB = orange brown OR = orange red OY = orange yellow P = pink PB = pale brown PO: pale orange PY= pale yellow RB = reddish brown W = white Y= yellow
Am : amorph E : evanescent; F : flexible; L : laminate M : membranous muc : mucilaginous o ornamented * difficult to detect P : peridium; SF : semi-flexible SP : semi-permanent; U : unit X : extensible. Hyphal morphology c = cylindric co = constricted fl = flared fs= funnel-shape
o = open p = close by a plug s = septate ? = unknown wt = wall thickened c = collar.
KEY of Acaulosporaceae KEY of Archaeosporaceae KEY of Entrophosporaceae KEY of Glomeraceae KEY of Paraglomeraceae KEY of Ambisporaceae KEY of Diversisporaceae KEY of Gigasporaceae KEY of Pacisporaceae
you can't post it - it notes: "swl1, swl2, swl3, & swl4" showing the cell layers with their names. I wonder if "swl..." is documented anywhere?
I see this Oxford Journal .pdf that you have to pay to view, but here is a clue...
[PDF] IN01-100: an allele of the Saccharomyces cerevisiae INO1 gene that ...Ino4, swl1, swl2 and swi3 mutants. Transcription of. INO1-100 was constitutive and independent of these regulators. A 20 bp deletion from -247 to -228 ... nar.oxfordjournals.org/cgi/reprint/23/8/1426.pdf
That's why we're seeing the Morgellons pathogens in the red wine? It looks like they are probably using this 'fiber to sphere' technology not only to create the fungi used in fertilizers but also in some of the yeasts used to ferment foods. S. cerevisiae now has several mutant versions, which are probably being used in wine, beer or bread making, this needs looked into - bread and beer need to be cultured.
"Yeasts such as Saccharomyces cerevisiae are single-celled fungi which that multiply by budding, or in some cases by division (fission), although some yeasts such as Candida albicans may grow as simple irregular filaments (mycelium). They may also reproduce sexually, forming asci which contain up to eight haploid ascospores. If you look closely at the video, you can see examples of budding cells (arrow, left). Saccharomyces cerevisiae has thick-walled, oval cells, around 10 µm long by 5 µm wide."
Saccharomyces cerevisiae is commonly known as "bakers yeast" or "brewers yeast". The yeast ferments sugars present in the flour or added to the dough, giving off carbon dioxide (CO2) and alcohol (ethanol). The CO2 is trapped as tiny bubbles in the dough, which rises.
Why does yeast do this?
To gain energy from the breakdown (fermentation) of carbohydrates, as in the diagram opposite.
I was very close to that glomer, the connection between spores and archaea is there.
Wow. will carry on. from here.
Now, you mentioned represents, meaning they narrowed this down to use as the change. Or transformation. This is part of the base. Thinking of Woese again and the Archaea, and the building of the artificial cell. Along with Venter's oligo's which supposedly were being used in labs as artificial repesentations of DNA, hromosomes, proteins.
The homology or like genes that can represent human genes seems to be what TT meant.
Now first done naturally or organically then adding the inorganic or artificial.
All a process.....
Yes, thankyou so very much. That verifies my thought on the glomera.
Now what we have to find are the actual DNA constructs and its name in the Gen bank, there should be a novel gen bank that includes all of the constructions they used. This is where it gets hard and much of that information is not available to the public or if it is in crypted form.
This is where you and TT was as well, in computer knowledge, the one we knew of who was putting this together had computer knowledge.
So, in your mind how would you go from use of this fungi to it being controlled by computer and the connections to us?
Could the whole of Bioset be used in a manner that would integrate this bioset electro change in a good way?
Or could it be used in another way, by taking the good science of Bioset and using it as control mechanism?
Aqt, looking at both sides, could Bioset and/or Rife tech be used in such a manner?
I know good science has been used in such a manner.
Would or could bioset be used to integrate this artificial technology, and that could be why it works, but is integrating this? Some of us have had Morgellon for almost 20 years, and already have zapping going on. Could this integration or non integration of this technology have anything to do with using the technique of Bioset in a manner that would or could do more damage to us oldies?
I do not doubt that this worked for you Miss Energy Bunny! And that this should be standard science for all.
I just wonder if it can be used to selectively coordinate the electrical system.
Yes, Sky, we have looked at Glomus in the past but couldn't quite peg it... we're getting closer here. Do you realize, that TT's words in his very first post lead me here! Help! There is so much information here.
Here's what I'm thinking off the top of my hat - we can see where they are using this fiber to sphere technology in fertilizers that you put around the base of trees and plants to re-establish the fungal balance... let me get the You-Tube in here that shows this:
You can also see where they are spraying it from a helicopter in the video?
You suppose the chemtrail program was about re-establishing 'beneficial' fungi using this same technology also?
Here's a 35 second one that is interesting, are they using crystal technology too, I wonder?
and then some 'joker' said, this 'fiber to sphere' technology works great as a fertilizer... let's see how many other products we can use this in - so, they introduced it into the food sciences anywhere they use a fungi/yeast?
What if they were then successful enough to sell it to the U.S. Gov. to spray on people?
Look at this photo of SC again... it appears very "M-like" to me...
"Indeed, we show that newly forming Sup35 and preexisting Rnq1 aggregates always colocalize when [PSI+] appearance is facilitated by the [RNQ+] prion, and that Rnq1 fibers enhance the in vitro formation of fibers by the prion domain of Sup35 (NM). "
these are related to the prions formed from sup35p, and are not the CJD version, this is a created version.
So RNQ1, psi, swi, and ure2 are manifestations of this artificial vector prion system.
This can get so overwhelming sometimes, but, they are finding the link between HEAT SHOCK PROTEINs, which are from archaea. These are in thermophile areas, now in our guts.
There is a link between the chlamydia, archaea and prions and yeast s. cerevisc and s. pombe.
So, so far spores, yeast, chlamydia, archaea now what type of stem cell could be used?
Insect stem cell? human stem cell? Plant stem cell? spore?
Insect stem cells for chitin? is on skin of insects?
Let me go watch the SSB movie again, Sky - I don't remember the baculoviral aspect being a part of it. I think this aspect is something that has come along afterward and joined the 'circus'... brb...
No, I was wrong - they are inside of (some of) the "formation protein crystals" that are shown in the first minute or so of the first video.
There also seems to be one of the spores that produces them and there is some sort of symbiotic (mother/child) relationship between the occluded bodies, 'infected' spore giving birth, in which the 'children' - the baculoviral capsids lay on 'mama' - the spore, before they 'fly' off. lol
This in chemtrails, for biogenesis of earth itself.
the microrhizoes, use of spores, in rust and smut diseases.
is causing it! In potatoes, can see the forms inside sometimes.
the food rots quickly.
That rhizosmut, is wrong method.
teleospheres at ends of human dna, and insects and mammals and plants.
teliospheres are from smut and rust.
this rhizo is causing smut and rust. They have this ass backwards.
Gut myoelectrical activity induces heat shock response in Escherichia coli and Caco-2 cell
D Laubitz, A Jankowska, A Sikora, J Woliñski, R Zabielski, E Grzesiuk
Heat shock proteins (Hsps) protect cells against various environmental and endogenous stressors. Cytoprotection caused by Hsps involves tolerance induced by one agent against other, more severe agents. We have found that exposure of prokaryotic (Escherichia coli) and eukaryotic (Caco-2) cells to an electrical field (EF) connected with a myoelectrical migrating complex (MMC) generated by the small intestine smooth muscle, induces the heat shock response. Using western blot analysis, we have detected an elevated level of sigma factor sigma32 in E. coli cells exposed to MMC-related EF and confocal microscopy indicated an increased level of the inducible form of Hsp70 protein in EF-stimulated Caco-2 cells. Additionally we have found that this induced level of Hsp70 protected the Caco-2 cells against apoptosis caused by camptothecin. Our observations suggest that the myoelectrical activity of the gut may induce heat shock mechanisms in the cells of gut epithelium as well as in gastrointestinal microorganisms.
the chlamydia, yeast, prions, archaea, insect cells all involved in the heat shock protein effects.
These were not only used in plants but in human cells.
the heat shock protein has the trypanasome element that tt talks of as well.
this component was taken from the reduvid bug, and the protozoan involved in Chagas disease.
That protozoan effects lizards, amphibeans, and frogs, etc.
In fact at one time they thought that Darwin had Chagas Disease.
However Morgellons is not Chagas disease but a near form of it.
Has about 8 stages.
So, virus? yeast? prions? Sf9 cells, neospora crassa has the spitzenkorper, chlamydia, trypanasoma element, mycrorhiz spore. Cyano could be from red algae has the rhodopsin. Related to the archaea as well.
Cytomegalo virus was used as promoter.
E-coli carries the packages.
So, if we can get the exact named constructs we can see this organism
in all stages. Do you think it has about 8 stages, has been mention long time ago?
I think zno spheres from DOE/genomes to life, used to clean up water had the benzene in it.
endogone pisiformis going smaller and smaller to the gigaspores and the endogonales to the zygomycetes:
...j"A true renaissance in the taxonomy of the Endogonaceae was started with the publication of “The Endogonaceae of the Pacific Northwest” (Gerdemann and Trappe, 1974) in which seven genera were recognized. These taxa either produced sporocarps that contained only zygospores (Endogone—11 spp.), sporangiola (Modicella—2 spp.), or “chlamydospores” [Sclerocystis—4 spp.; Glomus (in part)—18 spp.; Glaziella—1 sp.], or the reproductive structures are not in sporocarps but are formed freely in the soil as “chlamydospores” [Glomus (in part)—18 spp.) or “azygospores” (Gigaspora—5 spp.; Acaulospora—2 spp.). These spores were called “azygospores” because of a superficial similarity to the zygospores produced by Endogone spp. (Gerdemann and Trappe, 1974)."
Stem cells?... Ok, we know Carnicom is finding hemoglobin in his 'sphere' samples? You are what you eat. The insects are pooping their version of the CCP's or fungal spore balls... these are taking on the properties of the beginning 'mama's' PLUS... this is happening inside our bodies, they are gaining hemoglobin and pooping a new improved version?
Our blood is supplying the stem cell aspect... and the cycle goes around and around putting human hemoglobin into the mix. That's what I think...
"Since 1993, the development of molecular biology as a novel taxonomic tool allowed important break-through in the knowledge of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi as in many other field of biology. Based on investigations made on the sequences of the SSU of the ribosomal DNA, a new phylum and new classe has been proposed, grouping together all the arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi into the Glomeromycota, within the class of Glomeromycetes, separating then definitively those fungi from the Zygomycotina, Zygomycetes.
The Glomeromycetes are then divided into 4 distinc orders,
the Archeosporales, Diversisporales, Glomerales and the Paraglomerales. Those four orders are subsequently subdivided into 10 familiers including the Geosiphonaceae, a monogeneric family that include a unique species that result from the symbiosis between a blue-algae Nostoc and a Glomus species.
The three families proposed by Morton and Benny (1990) are then found in the order Diversisporales (for Acaulosporaceae and Gigasporaceae) and Glomerales (for Glomus). The Glomeromycetes include actually 4 orders, 10 families and 13 genera."
"The objective of the observation and the estimation of mycorrhizal root colonization level is to determine the plant mycorrhizal status, to measure the mycorrhizal plant dependency toward arbuscular fungi and to compare colonization levels between treatments. The method proceed through extraction and surface cleaning of the plant root system followed by the bleaching of root tissue to clear them of cytoplasm and pigmentation and by the staining of root fungal structures. Once the roots are stained, their observation under the dissecting microscope or their mounting on slides for microscope closer observation allows to evaluate the level of root that are colonized, the type of fungal structures differentiated and to measure the abundance and the frequency of intraradical vesicles and arbuscules."
Intraradical vesicles of Glomus intraradices were isolated, entrapped in alginate beads, and stored at 4 °C for periods from 2–74 months. The beads were used to inoculate leeks grown under standard conditions for 6 wk, then development of root colonization by G. intraradices was recorded. Colonization of leeks was high (mean >50% in length) and did not vary markedly until five years of storage. After six years of storage, the inoculum proved infective and viable."
**Are they are putting alginated beads with fungi in them as standard practice for growing our root crops? Aren't alginated beads - nano?
"FIG. 5. Morphological features of G. proliferum/Gi. margarita (FIG. 5a–i) and G. intraradices/Gi. margarita (FIG. 5j–q) intraradical hyphae when colonizing common DC-2 roots. a–d. Plate 7, site A (closer to G. proliferum inoculum). a. Intercellular hyphae of G. proliferum (white arrow), together with arbuscules and some intraradical vesicles of this AMF (v) are clearly distinguishable. b. A closer view of G. proliferum arbuscules and vesicle (v). c and d. Two different views in the same picture in which a G. proliferum (white arrow) and a Gi. margarita (black arrow) entry points appear separated by a few micrometers. Note the different thickness of the extraradical hypha of each fungus. e–i. Plate 7, site B ( closer to Gi. margarita inoculum). e. Typical intraradical colonization by G. margarita, showing relatively large entry points and well defined arbuscules. f. A closer view of a Gi. margarita entry point (ep) and arbuscular colonization. g–i. Different views of a root site in which both G. proliferum and Gi. margarita intraradical colonization occur. g. General view of the site where auxiliary cells (aux) of Gi. margarita and a G. proliferum vesicle (v) coexist closely. Note the different hyphal thickness for both fungi (black and white arrows). h and i. Different focuses of a closer view of the site where intraradical hyphae of both fungi and a Gi. margarita branching event are clearly distinguishable. j–m. Plate 1, zone C (closer to G. intraradices inoculum). j. Typical G. intraradices arbuscular colonization. k. Paris-type colonization showing clear Gi. margarita arbusculate coils. l. Entry point (ep) and extensive colonization of a root by Gi. margarita. m. a closer view of the framed section where both arbusculate coils and typical coarse Gi. margarita extraradical hyphae are clearly distinguishable. n–q. Plate 1, zone D (closer to Gi. margarita inoculum). n and o. Extensive arbuscular colonization by Gi. margarita. Inset, a fan-like structure characteristic of Gi. margarita initial root recognition (arrow). p and q. Two sites where combined Gi. margarita (black arrows) and G. intraradices (solid black arrows) colonization is evident. aux, Gi. margarita auxiliary cells."
In "o." we see our little black 'carbon' balls... Gi. margarita.
Is mode of spore formation enough to justify separation of species into two separate genera, Acaulospora and Entrophospora, in the family Acaulosporaceae?
"The generic differences between Acaulospora and Entrophospora, much like those for Glomus and Sclerocystis, may not be as great as the current classification would suggest. The main property that separates the two genera is the position of the spore originating from the neck of the sporiferous saccule (a structure common to all members of the family Acaulosporaceae)."
"Finally, the answer to the question posed in the title of this page is a conditional yes. From an evolutionary perspective, all organismal evidence indicates that Entrophospora is an artificial genus erected because of a very small developmental difference in position of spore formation that appears bigger than it really is when viewed statically as a morphological difference."
"The observation of colonized roots and of spores under the microscope is performed after mounting slides using or not histochemical reagents. Those reactives insure a better contrast of the studied material and facilitate the detection of the fine architecture of the fungal structures.
Among others, the use of the Melzer’s reagent allows to better contrast some wpore walls and to detect the dextrinoVd nature of some of them. The Cotton Blue staining add to the better contrast of some spore structures. The use of phase contrast microscopy or of the differential interference contrast (Nomarski) can also refine the quality of the observation notably with surface ornamented spores."
"We developed a reliable, inexpensive, and simple method for staining arbuscular-mycorrhizal fungal colonizations in root tissues. Apart from applications in research, this nontoxic, high-quality staining method also could be of great utility in teaching exercises. After adequate clearing with KOH, an ink-vinegar solution successfully stained all fungal structures, rendering them clearly visible."
"The cultures maintained in GINCO are propagated on synthetic media together with transformed carrot roots (see Declerck et al., 1998). More than 40 AMF strains (Figures 1-3) consisting of at least twelve species and four genera (Glomus, Gigaspora, Scutellospora and Acaulospora) are maintained in GINCO, and 4 of them (G. proliferum, G. intraradices, G. lamellosum and G. cerebriforme) presently available to the scientific community for research purposes. The GINCO strain diversity is being gradually increased. The strains are distributed in vials containing spores embedded in the growth medium sufficient to permit the initiation of 3 to 5 new in vitro cultures. They may also be used in pot-culture propagation."
"The chlamydospore is a distinctive morphological feature of the fungal pathogen Candida albicans that can be induced to form in oxygen-limited environments and has been reported in clinical specimens. Chlamydospores are not produced by the model yeasts Saccharomyces cerevisiae and Schizosaccharomyces pombe, so there is limited understanding of the pathways that govern their development. Here, the results of a forward genetic approach that begins to define the genetic control of chlamydospore formation are described. Six genes – ISW2, MDS3, RIM13, RIM101, SCH9 and SUV3 – are required for efficient chlamydospore formation, based on the phenotypes of homozygous insertion mutants and reconstituted strains. Mutations in ISW2, SCH9 and SUV3 completely abolish chlamydospore formation. Mutations in RIM13, RIM101 and MDS3 delay normal chlamydospore formation. The involvement of alkaline pH-response regulators Rim13p and Mds3p in chlamydospore formation is unexpected in view of the fact that chlamydospores in the inducing conditions used here are repressed in alkaline media."
Six genes – ISW2, MDS3, RIM13, RIM101, SCH9 and SUV3 – are required for efficient chlamydospore formation, based on the phenotypes of homozygous insertion mutants and reconstituted strains
ISW2 initiation switch...............changes histones ........changes chromosomes is from s cerev. forms chlamydia to act as initiation change in chromosomes.... HUMAN................ substitutes............
Saccharomyces cerevisiae gene ISW2 encodes a microtubule-interacting protein required for premeiotic DNA replication
tash: Hi skizit, I have watched all your videos on youtube and cant thank you enough for all you have educated me on. I cry for you alot and a bit for me. I was wanting to send you photos of what is raining down everyday here in Australia in hope you can tell me
Dec 11, 2019 23:28:22 GMT -5
tash: not sure where to send them as hush mail and rocket mail bounced back
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