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SUMMARY: and contain lomasomes and plasma-lemmasomes whose structure and distribution are described. It is suggested that plasmalemmasomes are produced when plasmalemma production is not balanced by cell expansion. When plasmalemmasomes become sequestered in developing cell walls they may be termed lomasomes.

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