Dr. Brita von Gaudecker

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Full grown fourth instar larvae of Chironomus thummi were injected with 3H-uridine, and the salivary glands were fixed at increasing time intervals after injection, ranging from 13 min to 46 hours. Autoradiographs of squashes and 1/2 micron sections were examined in the light microscope and of thin sections in the electron microscope. The results show a(More)
A major function of the larval salivary glands of Drosophila melanogaster is known to be the production of a mucopolysaccharide that serves as an adhesive during puparium formation. In order to localize the mucosubstances during development substrate histochemical methods were used, and the site of acid phosphatase was demonstrated by the ultrahistochemical(More)
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