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Depending on the conditions of the axenic shuttle culture, microplasmodia of the acellular slime mold Physarum polycephalum can be subdivided into three classes regarding fine structural organization and protoplasmic streaming activity: (1) spherical and rod-shaped types, (b) ameboid types, and (c) symmetrical types. In ameboid microplasmodia, the motive(More)
Fully polymerization-competent fluorescein-labeled actin from skeletal muscle was microinjected into both normal moving and experimentally treated Amoeba proteus. Its intracellular distribution was followed by integral image intensification of the fluorescence on a television screen and compared with controls injected with rhodamine-labeled serum albumin.(More)
The fine structural organization of a cortical filament layer in normal locomoting Amoeba proteus was demonstrated using improved fixation and embedding techniques. Best results were obtained after application of PIPES-buffered glutaraldehyde in connection with substances known to prevent the depolymerization of F-actin, followed by careful dehydration and(More)
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