A Study of Chromosomes with the Electron Microscope

@article{Ris1956ASO,
  title={A Study of Chromosomes with the Electron Microscope},
  author={Hans Ris},
  journal={The Journal of Biophysical and Biochemical Cytology},
  year={1956},
  volume={2},
  pages={385 - 392}
}
  • Hans Ris
  • Published 1956 in
    The Journal of biophysical and biochemical…
Amphibian lampbrush chromosomes and meiotic prophase chromosomes of various insects and plants consist of a bundle of microfibrils about 500 A thick. These fibrils are double, being made of two closely associated fibrils 200 A thick. Fragments of interphase nuclei contain a mass of fibrils 200 A thick. Ultrathin sections through nuclei in prophase or interphase show sections of these double or single fibrils cut at various angles. A comparison of sections with the methacrylate left in and… CONTINUE READING

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Symposium on the Fine Structure of Cells, Groningen, Noordhoff Ltd

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1956

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