The Formation of Basal Bodies (centrioles) in the Rhesus Monkey Oviduct

@article{Anderson1971TheFO,
  title={The Formation of Basal Bodies (centrioles) in the Rhesus Monkey Oviduct},
  author={Richard G. W. Anderson and Robert M. Brenner},
  journal={The Journal of Cell Biology},
  year={1971},
  volume={50},
  pages={10 - 34}
}
Basal body replication during estrogen-driven ciliogenesis in the rhesus monkey (Macaca mulatta) oviduct has been studied by stereomicroscopy, rotation photography, and serial section analysis. Two pathways for basal body production are described: acentriolar basal body formation (major pathway) where procentrioles are generated from a spherical aggregate of fibers; and centriolar basal body formation, where procentrioles are generated by the diplosomal centrioles. In both pathways, the first… CONTINUE READING

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