Mitosis and Chromosome Numbers in the Euglenineae (Flagellata)

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NUCLEAR division and the associated division of the cell and cell organelles have been examined in thirty-two species of the Euglenineae, drawn from thirteen genera. The main findings on the structure and mechanics of mitosis in this group are as follows.

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LEEDALE, G. Mitosis and Chromosome Numbers in the Euglenineae (Flagellata). Nature 181, 502–503 (1958) doi:10.1038/181502b0

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