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Capture cells differ ultrastructurally from vegetative cells in the nematodetrapping fungi, Dactylella drechslerii, Monacrosporium rutgeriensis and Arthrobotrys dactyloides, which capture prey by means of adhesive knobs, adhesive hyphal networks, and constricting rings, respectively. Adhesive knobs and adhesive networks contain dense inclusions not found in hyphal tips or subapical regions of the vegetative hyphae, and roughand smooth-surfaced membranes are abundant in these trap cells. Thedoi:10.1128/jb.110.3.1163-1170.1972 fatcat:u25sto7xhrgvpbyapdggznkhqy