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[Amoeboid properties of cells during early morphogenesis and the nature of a possible protozoan ancestor of Metazoa].
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Data analysis reveals that cells of most of the metazoans at the early stages of morphogenesis demonstrate amoeboid properties i.e. ability to form pseudopodia, to move by means of pseudopODia and to phagocyte, which leads to suggestion that ancestors of Metazoa were amoEBoflagellates. Expand
The principle of counter-directional morphological evolution and its significance for construction the megasystem of protists and other eukaryotes
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To construct a natural system of protists the role of not only progressive but also regressive morphological changes taking place in the process of those organisms’ evolution should be taken into account. Expand
[The origin of the eukaryotic cell. IV. The general hypothesis of the autogenous origin of eukaryotes].
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The author explains the preservation of prokaryotic signs of organization in some components and organelles of eukaryotic cell (and protists) in accord with principles of block-construction and heterochrony. Expand
[Eukaryotes devoid of the most important cellular organelles (flagella, Golgi apparatus, mitochondria) and the main task of organellology].
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It is proposed to single out a special division of cytology--organellology (organoidology)--as an individual science whose main purpose may be investigation of the origination, evolution and disappearance of organelles. Expand
[The basic types and forms of the fine structure of mitochondrial cristae: the degree of their evolutionary stability (capacity for morphological transformations)].
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It is undoubtedly that the principle of morphological concervatism in the organization of mitochondrial cristae may be used for purposes of systematics and phylogeny, however only after a thorough comparative organellological analysis of the fine structure in numerous species of the examined taxon. Expand
[The origin of the eukaryotic cell. III. Principles of the morphofunctional organization of the eukaryotic cell].
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The main cell organelles undergo a relative morphological isolation from each other and other cell organlles by means of the total or partial surrounding by membranes; this may ensure the originality of their evolution and function. Expand
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