Nuclei of the vegetative body of Stemonitis fusca have a nuclear membrane that is double and has pores and annuli. The nucleoplasm contains numerous chromocenters and a nucleolus that is without a limiting membrane and has the appearance of a nucleolonema. What appeared to be extensions of the nuclear membrane were often seen within the nucleoplasm, and structures resembling annulate lamellae were found near the outside of nuclei and elsewhere in the cytoplasm. Large blebs were sometimes seen extending outward from the nuclear membrane, and vesicles in the neighboring cytoplasm contained material identical in appearance with the contents of the blebs.
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science
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McManus, Mary Annunciata and Beall, Karen
"Phase Contrast and Electron Microscopic Observations on Membranous Organelles in Myxomycete Plasmodia,"
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science, 72(1), 40-43.
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