cytosome


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cytosome

(ˈsaɪtəˌsəʊm)
n
the body of a cell excluding its nucleus
Translations
Zytosom
세포질체
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Similarly, Wilks and Sleigh (2004) found lectin-binding sites on the food vacuolar membranes and cytosome of the ciliate Euplotes mutabilis, and suggested that these sites are involved in selective capture of food.
Most likely, such cytosomes occur in particular regions of the ganglia, and because the current electron microscope study was relatively general, based on random samples of the cortex, eventually they are not enough to discriminate between particular regions.
A diversity of pigmented cytoplasmic structures may appear in bivalves and other molluscs, such as the yellow globules or cytosomes of neurons and the multiglobular bodies/fused yellow globules of glial cells as described in the middorsal lobes of Scrobicularia plana (Odiete 1978).