The writer had demonstrated that Coprinus sterquilinus contains an extra-nuclear mechanism which bears structural homologies with the Golgi apparatus in animal spermatocytes. Numerous other Hymenomycetes have been examined. Coprinus atramentarius contains a distinct Nebenkern sphere, consisting of a large hyaline sphere, in which there are peripheral, chromophilic granules. This body is most distinct just before the meiotic division of the fusion nucleus occurs. It is probable that the sterigmatic bodies described by various workers, are derived from this Golgi apparatus, rather than from the centrosomes.
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science
©1936 Iowa Academy of Science, Inc.
Sass, J. E.
"The Presence of a "Nebenkern" In Coprinus atramentarius,"
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science, 43(1), 159-159.
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