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The eggshell of Drosophila melanogaster: I. fine structure of the layers and regions of the wild-type eggshell
Temperature-sensitive periods of mutations affecting cell division in Tetrahymena thermophila
The relationship between the excess-delay phenomenon and temperature-sensitive periods in Tetrahymena thermophila
Characterization and localization of adenylyl cyclase in membrane vesicles and intact boar and human spermatozoa
Studies of membrane fusion vi. mechanism of the membrane fusion and cell swelling stages of sendai virus-mediated cell fusion
The effects of spectinomycin and ethidium bromide on the synthesis of organelle rrna and on ultrastructure in Ochromonas danica
Three-dimensional reconstruction of organelles in Euglena gracilis z.: I. qualitative and quantitative changes of chloroplasts and mitochondrial reticulum in synchronous photoautotrophic culture
Wall regeneration by plasmolysed cells from tissue suspension cultures of sphaerocarpos donnellii
Variations in the distribution and migration of centriole duplexes in mitotic ptk2 cells studied by immunofluorescence microscopy
Fertilization in brown algae: III. preliminary characterization of putative gamete receptors from eggs and sperm of Fucus serratus
Karyotype analysis of the plant-parasitic nematode Heterodera glycines by electron microscopy: II the tetraploid and an aneuploid hybrid
Quantitative demonstration of cell surface involvement in a plant-animal symbiosis: Lectin inhibition of reassociation
The polypeptides of rat liver nuclear envelope: I. examination of nuclear pore complex polypeptides by solid-state lactoperoxidase labelling
The polypeptides of rat liver nuclear envelope: II. comparison of rat liver nuclear membrane polypeptides with those of the rough endoplasmic reticulum
The myocardial plasma membrane during development: influence of glutaraldehyde fixation on the density and size of intramembranous particles
Analysis of the cell adhesion mechanism using somatic cell hybrids: I. aggregation of hybrid cells between adhesive v79 and non-adhesive ehrlich’s ascites tumour cells
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