Qirong Gao

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The region between the preexisting and nascent membranes of a cleaving Rana egg is a dense protrusion region of nearly 40 μm wide at 180° stage. Later, this region differentiate, into an upper part, a strip with long, branched and randomly distributed protrusions which are derived largely from the preexisting membrane, and a lower part, a band with(More)
By laser scanning fluorescence microscopy for quantitative measurement of fluorescence intensity changes on egg surface stained with fluorescein isothiocvanate during cleavage furrow extending forward, it was found that in area of presumptive cleavage furrow the scanning curve became ∨ shape, indicating dark stripe appeared in that place. Then the(More)
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