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Abstract

The frequency of occurrence of electron-dense vacuolar inclusions in oogonia of and was significantly greater under Ca-deficient culture conditions than under Ca-sufficient conditions. Bodies similar to inclusions seen in sections of oogonia were present in debris from living cultures ground up in de-ionized water. Energy dispersive X-ray analysis of inclusions in sections showed the presence of Mg, P, Ca, and Mn in both species and Na, S and Zn in The bodies from ground cultures contained Mg, P, Mn and Zn in both species and Na in

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