Starch grains misinterpreted as new cell organelles
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The so-called B-1 bodies ofKordan andMorgenstern are starch grains.
KeywordsStarch Cell Organelle
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Die sogenannten B-1-Körper vonKordan undMorgenstern sind Stärkekörner.
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