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Organ Culture of Crab Ovaries

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[Ovarien-Explantate von Thalamita crenata wurden in Kulturmedien gehälten, welche entweder Körperflüssigkeit der Krebse oder künstliches Meerwasser plus Medium 199 enthielten. Die Zellteilungstätigkeit der germinativen Zone und junger Oozyten bleibt erhalten. Interstitielle Zellen proliferieren. Reife Oozyten jedoch lassen sich in den Kulturlösungen nicht halten., Ovarien-Explantate von Thalamita crenata wurden in Kulturmedien gehälten, welche entweder Körperflüssigkeit der Krebse oder künstliches Meerwasser plus Medium 199 enthielten. Die Zellteilungstätigkeit der germinativen Zone und junger Oozyten bleibt erhalten. Interstitielle Zellen proliferieren. Reife Oozyten jedoch lassen sich in den Kulturlösungen nicht halten.]

Affiliations: 1: Department of Zoology, University of Hawaii, Honolulu, Hawaii, U.S.A.

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