There was an error published in J. Cell Sci. (2015) 128, 2437-2442 (doi: 10.1242/jcs.172627). In Fig. 1, the image in A was inadvertently duplicated in D. The corrected figure is shown below and the authors apologise to readers for any inconvenience caused.

Fig. 1.

Double centriole lineage in Drosophila cells. Transmission electron microscopy images of centrioles in (A,B) the syncytial blastoderm of the early embryo during the 11th nuclear division cycle, (C) midgut epithelial cells during the germ-band shortening, (D) rhabdomeric cells of the eye imaginal disc, (E–G) the olfactory neuron of the third antennomere, (H–J) gonioblasts, (K–M) spermatogones, and (N–P) early prophase primary spermatocytes. At the onset of duplication the daughter centriole is only composed of the A-tubules (B). The sensory neurons (E) display two distinct centrioles that are aligned in tandem: the mother centriole nucleates the ciliary axoneme and is composed by nine doublets (F), the daughter centriole is shorter and composed by singlets and some doublets (G). The basal and sub-basal regions of the germ cell centrioles display a distinct cartwheel (I,L; bracket in K) or an isolated central tube (O), respectively, whereas the lumen of the subapical region of the centrioles does not contain distinct structures (M,P). A dense fibrillar material is often seen between the basal end of the daughter centriole and the lateral wall of its mother (K,N, arrows). Scale bars: 250 nm (E,H,K,N); 100 nm (A–D,F,G,I,J,L,M,O,P).

Fig. 1.

Double centriole lineage in Drosophila cells. Transmission electron microscopy images of centrioles in (A,B) the syncytial blastoderm of the early embryo during the 11th nuclear division cycle, (C) midgut epithelial cells during the germ-band shortening, (D) rhabdomeric cells of the eye imaginal disc, (E–G) the olfactory neuron of the third antennomere, (H–J) gonioblasts, (K–M) spermatogones, and (N–P) early prophase primary spermatocytes. At the onset of duplication the daughter centriole is only composed of the A-tubules (B). The sensory neurons (E) display two distinct centrioles that are aligned in tandem: the mother centriole nucleates the ciliary axoneme and is composed by nine doublets (F), the daughter centriole is shorter and composed by singlets and some doublets (G). The basal and sub-basal regions of the germ cell centrioles display a distinct cartwheel (I,L; bracket in K) or an isolated central tube (O), respectively, whereas the lumen of the subapical region of the centrioles does not contain distinct structures (M,P). A dense fibrillar material is often seen between the basal end of the daughter centriole and the lateral wall of its mother (K,N, arrows). Scale bars: 250 nm (E,H,K,N); 100 nm (A–D,F,G,I,J,L,M,O,P).