fine structure of spermatid differentiation in the mussel, Mytilus edulis, Linn
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Published .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Mytilus edulis.,
  • Spermatogenesis.

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Statementby Frank Joseph Longo.
The Physical Object
Pagination[7], 136 leaves, bound :
Number of Pages136
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14255765M

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The fine structure of spermatid differentiation in the mussel, Mytilus edulis, Linn. By. Abstract. Graduation date: The spermiogenesis of Mytilus edulis (a marine mussel) has\ud been studied, employing techniques of light and electron microscopy\ud and cytochemical preparations. The observations trace the development\ud of the acrosomal. The fine structure of the sperm and spermatid differentiation in the brown mussel Perna perna RIF. Bernard and A.N. Hodgson Department of Zoology and Entomology, Rhodes University, Grahamstown The mature sperm of Perna perna is Ilm long and comprises three regions: a . smaller diameter tail. The differences between both taxa are clearly shown, in the structure of the acrosome and nucleus. Therefore, according to our results and those reported in the literature, we indicate that Chilean native mussel sperm is different from other species of the Mytilus complex (M. trossulus, M. galloprovincialis and M. edulis).Cited by: The fine structure of Spermatid differentiation in the mussel, Mytilus Edulis Longo; Ernst J. Dornfeld; In early spermatids of Mytilus edulis proacrosomal vesicles arising from several Golgi.

The only difference really is a technical one that a spermatid is still embedded in the Sertoli cell, and a sperm has been released from the Sertoli cell (personal communication). Moreover, a part of the mature spermatid, which is trapped between the Sertoli cells at the level of the lumen, exhibits a moving tail. Lane DJW, Nott JA () Study of the morphology, fine structure and histochemistry of the foot of the pediveliger of Mytilus edulis L. J Mar Biol Assoc UK – CrossRef Google Scholar Lane DJW, Beaumont AR, Hunter JR () Byssus drifting and drifting threads of the young post-larval mussel Mytilus edulis. This structure forms the acrosome plate with intermediate filament bundles of the marginal ring at the leading edge of the acrosome. The acroplaxome site for Golgi-derived proacrosomal vesicles to tether and fuse and anchors the developing acrosome to the elongating spermatid head and may provide a scaffolding for the shaping of the spermatid. FJ Longo EJ Dornfeld () ArticleTitle The fine structure of spermatid differentiation in the mussel, Mytilus edulis. J Ultrastruct Res 20 – Occurrence Handle 1:STNCCeC38zgvFw%3D Occurrence Handle

Book. Oct ; Giuseppe Fusco The fine structure of Spermatid differentiation in the mussel, Mytilus Edulis This report presents evidence of heavy genomic abnormalities associated with. SPERM MOTILITY IN MYTILUS EDULIS IN RELATION TO MITOCHONDRIAL DNA POLYMORPHISMS: IMPLICATIONS FOR THE EVOLUTION OF DOUBLY UNIPARENTAL INHERITANCE IN BIVALVES. Longo FJ, Dornfield EJ: The fine structure of spermatid differentiation in the mussel, Mytilus edulis. J Ultrastruct Res. , /S(67) .   Longo FJ, Dornfield EJ. The fine structure of spermatid differentiation in the mussel, Mytilus edulis. J Ultrastruct Res. ; – doi: /S(67) [Google Scholar] Verdonk NH, Van Den Biggelaar JAM. Early development and the formation of the germ layers.