Production and fates of unique organelles (transosomes) in ovarian follicles of Gallus domesticus under various conditions

@article{Schjeide1974ProductionAF,
  title={Production and fates of unique organelles (transosomes) in ovarian follicles of Gallus domesticus under various conditions},
  author={Dr. O. A. Schjeide and Laszlo Hanzely and Scott Holshouser and Worthie E Briles},
  journal={Cell and Tissue Research},
  year={1974},
  volume={156},
  pages={47-59}
}
SummaryElectron microscopy has been utilized to determine fates of sacs of ribosomes (variously termed “transosomes”, “unique organelles”, or “lining bodies”) formed in the follicular cells of avian follicles and subsequently entering-or being taken in-by the oocytes. Small follicles (0.5 mm diameter) of laying hens, a hen afflicted with Marek's disease and prelaying pullets were examined in this regard. In the case of the hen with Marek's disease and the prelaying pullets, sacs of ribosomes… CONTINUE READING
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