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The Behavior of Centrioles and the Structure and Formation of the Achromatic Figure

  • Hans A. Went
Part of the Protoplasmatologia book series (PROTOPLASMATOL., volume 6 / G / 1)

Abstract

Included among the many preparations for cell division in most higher plants and animals is the constellation of events encompassing the formation of the spindle or mitotic apparatus, depending upon the organism. These are transient structures, responsible primarily for the equipartition of the hereditary material, which are elaborated by cells just in advance of division and disappear from view shortly after (and sometimes before) the completion of division. Precisely what the origin and fate of the structural molecules of the division figure may be is apparently not known. In contrast to the dearth of factual information in this regard, an extensive literature describing the microscopically visible aspects of mitotic apparatus build-up and break-down exists. Recently investigations of a more chemical nature inquiring into the chemical events associated with mitotic apparatus appearance and disappearance have been reported. Whatever the underlying scheme may be, it seems likely that the formation of the division figure involves complex interactions between structural moieties that can be detected by light and electron microscopy, their structural precursors and functional molecules.

Keywords

Basal Body Meiotic Division Spindle Pole Spindle Fiber Mitotic Apparatus 
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  1. 1.Department of ZoologyWashington State UniversityPullmanUSA

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