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Mitosis in Amœbæ

Nature volume 149, page 501 (02 May 1942) | Download Citation

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THE life-histories of four large, free-living amœbæ have been worked out here ; one, namely, Amoeba lescheri n.sp. not yet published. But except for Amœbæ dubia (Schaeffer) in which Sr. Bernardino (Dr. L. A. Carter) discovered it in 1913, mitosis had until recently not been demonstrated. In fact we doubted its occurrence.

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  1. Notre Dame Training College Laboratory, Dowanhill, Glasgow, W.2.

    • MONICA TAYLOR
    •  & CARMELA HAYES

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