A cytochemical study of oocyte growth in four species of millipedes

@article{Crane1968ACS,
  title={A cytochemical study of oocyte growth in four species of millipedes},
  author={Douglas F. Crane and Ronald R. Cowden},
  journal={Zeitschrift f{\"u}r Zellforschung und Mikroskopische Anatomie},
  year={1968},
  volume={90},
  pages={414-431}
}
The cytochemistry of oocyte growth was investigated in four species of millipedes; Narceus americanus, Oxidus gracilis, Cheiropus plancus, and a Pleuroloma species, probably P. cala. The oocyte of all four species produced a yolk nucleus which arose in contact with the nuclear membrane, subsequently detached, migrated into the central ooplasm and disrupted coincident with the appearance of protein yolk granules in the oocyte cytoplasm. Since the follicular epithelium did not display any… CONTINUE READING

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