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Abstract

SUMMARY: The sequence of events which occurs as grows and divides is shown to involve cells with fusion nuclei and cells which undergo an apparently sexual process. An account is also given of the part played in cell division by granules associated with the cell membrane. These resemble mitochondria in that they are centres of intense oxidative activity, and they are shown to be related to growing points which have been reported in other organisms.

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