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Abstract

Abrams, Nielson & Thaemert (1964) and Cohen, McCandless, Kalmanson & Guze (1968) have reported core-like structures, occurring in transitional and protoplast forms of These were 0.08 to 0.13 μm thick, and consisted of a variably electron-dense tube containing ribosome-like particles.

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