Microtubule cytoskeleton and morphogenesis in the amoebae of the myxomycete Physarum polycephalum

@article{Wright1988MicrotubuleCA,
  title={Microtubule cytoskeleton and morphogenesis in the amoebae of the myxomycete Physarum polycephalum},
  author={M. Wright and C. Albertini and V. Planques and I. Salles and B. Ducommun and C. Gely and H. Akhavan-Niaki and Luis Mir and A. Moisand and M. Oustrin},
  journal={Biology of the Cell},
  year={1988},
  volume={63}
}
Summary— The amoebae of the myxomycete Physarum polycephalum are of interest in order to analyze the morphogenesis of the microtubule and microfilament cytoskeleton during cell cycle and flagellation. The amoebal interphase microtubule cytoskeleton consists of 2 distinct levels of organization, which correspond to different physiological roles. The first level is composed of the 2 kinetosomes or centrioles and their associated structures. The anterior and posterior kinetosomes forming the… Expand
Evolution of centrosomes and the nuclear lamina: Amoebozoan assets.
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