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The ultrastructure of hemolymph cells of the land slug, Incilaria fruhstorferi Collinge (Gastropoda: Pulmonata).

@article{Furuta1986TheUO,
  title={The ultrastructure of hemolymph cells of the land slug, Incilaria fruhstorferi Collinge (Gastropoda: Pulmonata).},
  author={E. Furuta and Keiichiro Yamaguchi and A. Shimozawa},
  journal={Anatomischer Anzeiger},
  year={1986},
  volume={162 3},
  pages={
          215-24
        }
}
  • E. Furuta, Keiichiro Yamaguchi, A. Shimozawa
  • Published 1986
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Anatomischer Anzeiger
  • 3 morphologically distinct hemolymph cell-types, Type I, II and III, were found in the hemolymph of the land slug, large Japanese native slug, Incilaria fruhstorferi Collinge. Type I cell, measuring approximately 35 microns in diameter, had extensive pseudopodia with supporting ribs and a kidney-shaped or lobulated nucleus. Sometimes it possessed long filopodia (approximately 50 microns) with branched fibers. It contained residual bodies, multivesicular bodies, Golgi apparatus, free ribosomes… CONTINUE READING
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