Changes in cellular organisation during apogamic development in Physarum polycephalum

@inproceedings{Blindt1987ChangesIC,
  title={Changes in cellular organisation during apogamic development in Physarum polycephalum},
  author={Adrian B. Blindt},
  year={1987}
}
Amoebae of strain CL of Physarum polycephalum undergo apogamie development to form multinucleate plasmodia. During the amoebalplasmodial transition, large uninucleate cells become irreversibly committed to plasmodium development. The transformation of an amoeba to a plasmodium involves a change in the tubulin isotypes expressed and a radical restructuring of cellular microtubules. During the transition the amoeba1 cytoplasmic microtubules, centrioles and cytoplasmic XTOC must disappear and the… CONTINUE READING

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