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Development of the Giant Salivary Gland Nuclei of Drosophila

Nature volume 141, pages 10141015 (04 June 1938) | Download Citation

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THE development of the giant spireme-like salivary gland nuclei of various species of Drosophila larvæ (repleta, melanogaster, funebris, robusta and virilis) has been studied in preparations of whole organs and sections stained after Feulgen.

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  1. Institute of Experimental Biology, Moscow. April 25.

    • S. L. FROLOVA

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