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. The cell; outlines of general anatomy and physiology. ess quantity of nuclear sap, its solid constituents, which on account ITS CHEM1C0-PHYSICAL AND MORPHOLOGICAL PROPERTIES 47 of their chemical properties have been distinguished above as lininand nuclein, arrange themselves in the form of a more or less fineframeivork structure. Figs. 23-26 show us examples of the variousmodifications which may occur. Fig. 23 represents the nucleus of a cilio-fiagellate organism. Itconsists, like the chief nucleus of the Infusoria, of a small-meshedframework of nuclein. Biitschli (II. 5) considered that it

. The cell; outlines of general anatomy and physiology. ess quantity of nuclear sap, its solid constituents, which on account ITS CHEM1C0-PHYSICAL AND MORPHOLOGICAL PROPERTIES 47 of their chemical properties have been distinguished above as lininand nuclein, arrange themselves in the form of a more or less fineframeivork structure. Figs. 23-26 show us examples of the variousmodifications which may occur. Fig. 23 represents the nucleus of a cilio-fiagellate organism. Itconsists, like the chief nucleus of the Infusoria, of a small-meshedframework of nuclein. Biitschli (II. 5) considered that it Stock Photo
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. The cell; outlines of general anatomy and physiology. ess quantity of nuclear sap, its solid constituents, which on account ITS CHEM1C0-PHYSICAL AND MORPHOLOGICAL PROPERTIES 47 of their chemical properties have been distinguished above as lininand nuclein, arrange themselves in the form of a more or less fineframeivork structure. Figs. 23-26 show us examples of the variousmodifications which may occur. Fig. 23 represents the nucleus of a cilio-fiagellate organism. Itconsists, like the chief nucleus of the Infusoria, of a small-meshedframework of nuclein. Biitschli (II. 5) considered that it is inthe form of a small delicate honeycomb; in his opinion the nucleusis composed of extended faviform chambers, with three or moresides, separated from one another by very delicate partition wallsof nuclein, and enclosing the nuclear sap, which is only slightlyaffected by staining reagents. Similarly their upper surfaces areseparated from the protoplasm by means of a delicate layer ofnuclein, there being no distinct true nuclear membrane. The points.

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