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Electron dense inclusions in the nucleoli of the myxomycetePhysarum polycephalum

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This investigation was supported by USPHS Grant No. RG-8495.

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Guttes, E., Ellis, R.A. Electron dense inclusions in the nucleoli of the myxomycetePhysarum polycephalum . Experientia 18, 255 (1962). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF02148216

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  • Dense Inclusion
  • Electron Dense Inclusion