A massive system of microtubules associated with cytoplasmic movement in telotrophic ovarioles.

@article{Macgregor1970AMS,
  title={A massive system of microtubules associated with cytoplasmic movement in telotrophic ovarioles.},
  author={Herbert C. Macgregor and Howard Stebbings},
  journal={Journal of cell science},
  year={1970},
  volume={6 2},
  pages={
          431-49
        }
}
The telotrophic ovary of Notonecta glauca glauca consists of 7 ovarioles. Each ovariole comprises, from front to rear, a terminal filament, a trophic region, a prefollicular region, and a series of 10-15 follicles of progressively increasing size The trophic region is largely syncytial and is made up of polyploid trophic nuclei packed around a central trophic core The cytoplasm of the trophic core is continuous with the cytoplasm of each oocyte through a system of trophic tubes. There is one… CONTINUE READING

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