Changes Associated with Parasitism in Nematodes. V. Ultrastructure of the Stylet Exudation and Dorsal Esophageal Gland Contents of Female Meloidogyne javanica

@inproceedings{Bird1969ChangesAW,
  title={Changes Associated with Parasitism in Nematodes. V. Ultrastructure of the Stylet Exudation and Dorsal Esophageal Gland Contents of Female Meloidogyne javanica},
  author={Alan F. Bird},
  year={1969}
}
The fine structure of the contents of the dorsal esophageal gland and the material exuded from it through the nematode stylet has been examined. The exudate appears to be derived from the breakdown of granules in the ampulla of the dorsal esophageal gland. These granules are synthesized from rough endoplasmic reticulum and Golgi bodies in the dorsal esophageal gland and passed forward to the ampulla. The exudate consists of a meshwork of particles which coalesce at the periphery of the exudate… CONTINUE READING

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