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The cytoplasm is meagre, and only a few mitochondria and other cytoplasmic structures can be found. The nuclei are large and the nuclear membranes illdefined. Nucleoli are present but usually rather small. THE MORPHOLOGY OF DEVELOPING SYSTEMS ETC. 51 At first sight there appears to be no orderly arrangement of the cells at this stage. This is, however, misleading. It is known from light microscope studies that near the surface of the disc the cells form small rosettes, and these can also be found in E M sections taken parallel to the surface.
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3) Q E. Bivalent XII entire, lacking giant multiple loops. (4) 9 M. Bivalent XII entire with giant multiple loops, marked with arrow, on one homologue only. (5) 9 J. Bivalent XII entire with giant multiple loops, marked with arrow, on one homologue only. (6) 9 E. Bivalent X entire with giant loops, marked with arrow, on one homologue only. (7) As (6) but from a nearly mature oocyte. Most of the lateral loops are present as vestiges only, but the giant loops remain conspicuous. (8) As (6) but from a smaller oocyte and isolated in saline of lower concentration.
New Approaches in Cell Biology. Proceedings of a Symposium Held At Imperial College, London, July 1958 by P.M. B. Walker