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The adaptive significance of the ultrastructural features of developing microspores of Nymphaea colorata (Nymphaeaceae)



The adaptive significance of the ultrastructural features of developing microspores of Nymphaea colorata (Nymphaeaceae)



Botanicheskii Zhurnal 82(6): 1-9



A study was made of the recently discovered deeply invaginated goblet-like mitochondria in the cytoplasm of N. colorata microspores. Acid phosphatase activity was monitored in developing microspores. Specific precipitation of lead phosphate was observed on the outer mitochondrial membranes, in the mitochondrial goblets, in dictyosomes and their vesicles, and on the plasma membrane.

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