TENDENCIES OF USE OF THE TERM «DEUTOPLASMIC»
The term «deutoplasmic» is used very little and occupies the 164.566
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10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «DEUTOPLASMIC»
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Cunningham's textbook of anatomy
The deutoplasmic granules are l>elieved to serve as a store of nutritive material
which is utilised during the early stage of the growth of the zygote, during which
they disappear. (See note 2, p. 79.) The Nucleus. — The nucleus, formerly called
Daniel John Cunningham, 1818
It should not be inferred that the blood stream "picks up" deutoplasmic granules
and carries them to the embryo. The acquisition of food material by the blood
depends on the activities of the entodermal cells lining the yolk-sac. These cells ...
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London: ...
Each blastomere consists of a central well-defined kernel of finely granular
cytoplasm surrounding the nucleus, and a peripheral zone of coarsely granular,
deutoplasmic character, almost identical in its visible characters with the
Pamphlets on Biology: Kofoid collection
... while the cytoplasm perhaps through the mediation of the yolk-nuclei,
elaborates and supplies he requisite deutoplasmic material out of nutritive
elements furnished it by the follicle cells." Since it is seemingly impossible to
harmonize these ...
The Biological Bulletin
Some of these yolk fragments which he calls cytoids contain deutoplasmic
granules. Newman finds numerous tri- and multipolar spindles. These, he thinks,
would result in nests of nuclei without division of the cytoplasm. Sometimes
instead of ...
Frank Rattray Lillie, Carl Richard Moore, Alfred Clarence Redfield, 1917
The deutoplasmic mass occupies the animal pole and the formative protoplasm
lies at the vegetative pole in the form of a cap partially overlapping the
deutoplasm. The maturation spindle is found in an equatorial position, i. e., as
near the ...
I did not suspect that many of these granules might be deutoplasmic, for at that
time I was fully convinced that xylol or xylol balsam would, in all cases, dissolve
out the deutoplasmic granules in a few hours. Further investigation showed me
Charles Otis Whitman, 1899
Quarterly Journal of Microscopical Science
The fat-globules occupy the opposite pole in profusion so as to constitute a
deutoplasmic cap from which they extend to the opposite pole in one or two
layers along the periphery. In the fully grown types of ova the fat-bodies at the
The Shipley collection of scientific papers
animal pole of the egg, the opposite pole in relation to which the formative
cytoplasm is situated being the lower or vegetative. The deutoplasmic cytoplasm
thus lies in the upper hemisphere, whilst the formative cytoplasm occupies the
1) as the Protoplasmic (or living) Inclusions, and the fat, yolk, glycogen and
pigment as well as such bodies as zymogen granules, as Deutoplasmic (
Metaplasmic, dead) Inclusions. • This classification is given below, and I should
mention that it ...