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Die Entstehung der Spindel während der Meiose von Coprinus radiatus

The development of the spindle during meiosis of Coprinus radiatus

Summary

During the meiosis of Coprinus bipolar centriol like structures are to be seen. They seem to organize the microtubuli of the spindle-apparatus.

Zusammenfassung

Während der Meiose von Coprinus werden bipolare Centriolen-ähnliche Strukturen sichtbar, an denen die Mikrotubuli des spindelapparates entstehen.

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Lerbs, V., Thielke, C. Die Entstehung der Spindel während der Meiose von Coprinus radiatus . Archiv. Mikrobiol. 68, 95–98 (1969). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00408450

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