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  Cell division in Stichococcus
Titel: Cell division in Stichococcus
Auteur: Pickett-Heaps, Jeremy D.
Verschenen in: European journal of phycology
Paginering: Jaargang 9 (1974) nr. 1 pagina's 63-73
Jaar: 1974-03-13
Inhoud: Except for the lack of a centriole, interphase cell morphology and cell division in Stichococcus is similar to that in Klebsormidium. The cell in Stichococcus is largely filled by a chloroplast and pyrenoid, at the side of which are two mitochondria and one small peroxisome. The chloroplast/pyrenoid cleaves early in prophase, probably completely, and the nucleus is inserted between the two halves. A band of 3-5 microtubules always encircles the prophase nucleus; these disappear by metaphase. The spindle is open, the daughter nuclei remain far apart at telophase and during cytokinesis, and vacuoles collect between them; no phycoplast is associated with the cleavage furrow. These results indicate a close phyletic relationship between Stichococcus and Klebsormidium, two organisms which are now considered to be more closely related to the progenitors of the higher land plants than most of the other members of the Ulotrichales.
Uitgever: Taylor & Francis
Bronbestand: Elektronische Wetenschappelijke Tijdschriften

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