A Spiny Vesicle in Slime-producing Cells of the Bean Root

  title={A Spiny Vesicle in Slime-producing Cells of the Bean Root},
  author={Eldon H. Newcomb},
  journal={The Journal of Cell Biology},
  pages={C17 - C22}
Vesicles bearing a specialized layer associated with the outer surface of the bounding membrane have become widely recognized fine structural components since the first reports of their presence in animal cells (8, 13, 15). Presumably this morphological specialization of the vesicle, which usually takes the form of a hairy coating or an alveolate reticulum, is related to functional specialization, including selective absorption, transport, or fusion. In some instances it has been shown that… CONTINUE READING


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