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SUMMARY: The process of regeneration of and protoplasts obtained by means of an enzyme preparation from and an enzyme preparation from the snail () was followed with the electron microscope. A reticular network of fibrils making up a tube or surrounding the regenerating protoplasts was observed. The fibrils are glucan fibrils, and in they are packed in groups of 5 or 6. fibrils occurred singly. The fibrils are the framework for building the new cell wall. The relation between fibrils and plasmalemma particles is discussed.

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