TENDENCIES OF USE OF THE TERM «KARYOPLASMIC»
The term «karyoplasmic» is barely ever used and occupies the 207.054
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10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «KARYOPLASMIC»
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The Evolution of the Genome
1.5 and 1.6), leading to the concept of the “cytonuclear ratio” (Strasburger, 1893;
Trombetta, 1942), or, more commonly, the “karyoplasmic ratio” (e.g., Hertwig,
1903, reviewed in Wilson, 1925). In most early discussions of the karyoplasmic
PROG NUCLEIC ACID RES&MOLECULAR BIO
Rapid labeling of nRNA followed by electron microscopic autoradiography reveal
a more intense labeling of nucleolar RNA as compared to karyoplasmic RNA (70,
71) (Fig. 4). One plausible interpretation is that labeling of karyoplasmic RNA ...
James Norman Davidson, Waldo E. Cohn, 1967
Nuclear Structure and Function
The distances involved are 50-100 nm for the cytoplasmic filaments, 70 nm for
the central channel, and 50-100 nm for the karyoplasmic filaments. The cargo
can have a diameter of up to 30 nm. The transition times for the different steps are
Pamphlets on Biology: Kofoid collection
In 1905 and 1906 R. Hertwig proposed his hypothesis of the karyoplasmic ratio,
and in the course of its elaboration also considered the question of the
production of haploid males. According to Hertwig, when the eggs of the bee
develop par- ...
Soviet Plant Physiology
Effect of GA on the Capacity of Cell Nuclei of Pea Leaves and Roots for RNA
Synthesis under Conditions of Nucleolar and Karyoplasmic Transcription all of
the tested sulfate concentrations (karyoplasmic transcription). In the latter case, ...
individual possessing at its formation a normal karyoplasmic ratio. And so the
cycle of events continues. 48. Popoff (1909) obtained confirmatory results with
Paramecium. P The value of ^ and the rate of division vary with the temperature
A Textbook of Biotechnology Vol-II
... corpuscles. (3) Cell metabolism: Nuclear material controls the entire
metabolism of cells. Maintenance of an equilibrium between surface area and
size of the cell. and between the size of nucleus and volume of cytoplasm (=
The Cell Division Cycle in Plants
The oldest hypothesis concerning such control is that division is triggered directly
by growth in cell volume: Hertwig (l903) suggested that as the cell grew the ratio
nuclear volume/cytoplasmic volume (the karyoplasmic ratio) would steadily ...
J. A. Bryant, Dennis Francis, Society for Experimental Biology (Great Britain), 1985
The Soviet Journal of Developmental Biology
Thus, the karyoplasmic factor, in terms of the final results of its influence, does not
differ from the factor (MPF) discovered by Masui and Markert (1971) in cytoplasm
of enucleated oocytes of Rana pipiens . Very liitle can be said about the nature ...
:ogether with a profusion of predominantly ongitudinally cut mitochondria (fig.3b).
The two forms of degeneration found in the ispiny neurons overlap here in that
some pant neurons also show karyoplasmic clear- ngs, as in figures 2b and 4a, ...