TENDENCIES OF USE OF THE TERM «ARCHOPLASMIC»
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2. COMPONENTS ASSOCIATED WITH THE EXTRANUCLEAR SPINDLE a.
Golgi Apparatus—Archoplasmic Sphere In many dinoflagellates a ring of
dictyosomes is present adjacent to the nucleus. This is often referred to as the
The archoplasmic bodies, c, are now visible for the first time and are coloured
faint blue. They are in close contact with the nuclei, and look almost as if they
were being extruded from them. These nuclei have probably arisen by fusion of
Isaac Bayley Balfour, Roland Thaxter, Vernon Herbert Blackman, 1894
... of fundamentally different chromatid arrangements. c. Relations of
chromosomes to archoplasmic fibers (1) As a part of the relations in the
metaphase there must be considered those between the chromosomes and the
Quarterly Journal of Microscopical Science
Oettle claims that the manchette, the acrosome and the archoplasmic vacuole are
visible in the human spermatid, and that a body which is probably a post-nuclear
body is sometimes present. He figures mitochondria but does not describe ...
A Colour Atlas of Haematological Cytology, Second Edition
An AML with early granularity in the archoplasmic zone next to the nucleus in
most cells. The cells are leukaemic promyelocytes, but do not show multiple Auer
rods or conspicuous nuclear changes of the type often seen in acute
Microtubular mitotic spindles lie throughout the nucleus, pass into the
archoplasmic spheres, and are linked to the two pairs of kinetosomes. AS,
archoplasmic sphere (containing Golgi bodies); C, centrosome (without any
centriole); ECC, ...
Pamphlets on Biology: Kofoid collection
The second division is also equal and separates whole chromosome-; along the
longitudinal axis. Throughout almost every step the centrosome can be traced as
a dark granule surrounded by an archoplasmic mass. As prophase advance?
Proceedings of the Royal Society of Edinburgh: Biology
It then begins to move away from the nuclear membrai; and reveals an unstained
vacuole-like structure — the archoplasmic vacuole. When first visible the vacuole
is still partly enclosed by the Golgi substance and is in contact with tht anterior ...
An Introduction to the Study of Cytology
... 'nucleus at the anterior end of the developing spermatozoon, they arrange
themselves around a dense " archoplasmic " mass behind the nucleus, and with
it constitute the so-called "Nebenkern." As the spermatid elongates, this
The causation and treatment of psychopathic diseases
It may also be observed in passing, that cellular kinoplasm with the 'kinocentrum,'
the centrosome and its archoplasmic structures, possibly the most primitive motor
organoids of the cell, similarly manifest a high degree of variability and ...