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When this happens, the SB matrix, lipid bodies, and mitochondrion still maintain their relative positions to one another, indicating that there are attractive forces among them. Frequently, the lipid bodies and mitochondrion are so tightly molded to one another that the line of demarcation is not even visible. The densely staining portion of the backing membrane is much more stable than the undifferentiated section. I n this connection, we have made an interesting observation on the electron dense region between the unit membranes of this double membrane.

Thus, spore volume decreases ca. 43% during encystment. A small bimodal component in the 15-minute curve is positioned beneath the &minute peak. 2 volume units, represents spores which did not encyst. The other minor mode is there because a few encysted spores adhered to one another; 8 LOUIS C. TRUESDELL AND EDWARD C. 0 MINUTES VOLUME (ARBITRARY UNITS) Wo. 2. Change in cell volume during encystment, as measured with a Coulter Particle Size Distribution Plotter. 7 x lo4 spores/ml. note that it is positioned at about twice the relative volume of encysted spores.

1969). After the axoneme has been withdrawn, the membranous sheath is no longer associated with it (Fig. 4A, arrow). Since the sheath is continuous-and probably identical-with the plasma membrane, it seems highly likely that the membranous sheath is retained as part of the plasma membrane after flagellar retraction. This conclusion is, we think, indirectly strengthened by the fact that the axonemal sheaths in some other water molds also seem to have a similar fate, judging from the observations of Meir and Webster (1954) who noted that hairs on the flagella of primary zoospores of some Saprolegniaceae seem to appear on the cysts derived from them, and the conclusion of Fuller and Reichle (1965) that laterally projecting “flimmer filaments” (mastigonemes) attached to the axonemal sheath of Rhizidiomyces apophysatus are subsequently observed on part of the cyst surface after flagellar retraction.

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