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FINE STRUCTURAL OBSERVATIONS ON NUAGE-LIKE STRUCTURES DURING SPERMATOGENESIS OF BRANCHIPUS VISNYAI (CRUSTACEA: ANOSTRACA)

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ABSTRACT An electron-dense fibrogranular nuage-like structure appears in primary spermatocytes of Branchipus visnyai. In spermatids, in addition to mitochondria and a Golgi complex, it is closely associated with a cluster of small electron-opaque granules probably derived from itself. Subsequently the small granules fuse together forming another large amorphous granule. The significance of these structures is at present unknown.

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1986-01-01
2016-12-03

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