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Cytological and physiological changes during cryopreservation were investigated in Livistona chinensis embryos excised 42 weeks after flowering. Both dehydration and freezing caused numerous cellular ultrastructural alterations. Dehydration seriously impaired plasma membrane integrity, while freezing caused a further increase in electrolyte leakage. Damage(More)
The range of vertebrates that serve as intermediate hosts for parasites in the genus Sarcocystis remains incompletely defined. Here, we provide the first report of infections in treeshrews, describe the morphology of encysted parasites using light and transmission electron microscopy, and place this agent within a phylogenetic context by sequencing and(More)
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