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The spermatogenesis ofClibanarius olivaceous, Henderson

  • C. K. Rathnavathy
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Keywords

Primary Spermatocyte Golgi Body Axial Filament Secondary Spermatocyte Spermatogonial Cell 
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Key to lettering

a.

Acrosome

ab.

Acroblast

a. g.

Acrosomal granule

a. v.

Small acrosomal vesicles

a. v.1

Large acrosomal vesicle

c.

Centrosome

c1

Proximal centrosome

c2

Distal centrosome

c.a.

Clear area surrounding mitochondrial vesicle

c.b.

Central body

ch.

Chromatin

ch. b.

Chromatoid body

ch. g.

Chromatin granule

ep.l.v.d.

Epithelial lining of vas deferens

g.e.n.

Germinal epithelial nuclei

g.

Golgi.

g.r.

Golgi remnant

i.c.

Inner cavity

i.t.

Inner tubule

m.c.

Mitochondrial cap

m.f.

Mitochondrial fibrillæ

m.g.

Mitochondrial Granule

m.v.

Small mitochondrial vesicles

m.v.1

Large mitochondrial vesicle

n.

Nucleus

nu.

Nucleolus

n.c.

Nuclear cup

n.a.c.

Nuclear-acrosomal cup

nu.e.

Nucleolar extrusions

o.c.

Outer cavity

p.sg.

Primary spermatogonia

p.sg.m.p.

Primary spermatogonial metaphase plate

p.sg.m.s.

Primary spermatogonial metaphase spindle

r.

Arms

s.

Spermatozoon

sp.

Spermatophore

sp.m.

Membrane of spermatophore

t.

Testis

t.f.

Testicular follicle

t.p.

Terminal piece

t.t.

Testicular tubule

v.d.

Vas deferens

y.n.

Yolk nucleus

w.v.d.

Wall of vas deferens

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  • C. K. Rathnavathy
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  1. 1.University Zoology Research LaboratoryMadras

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