Some observations on the fine structure of planarian protonephridia and gastrodermal phagocytes View Full Text


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1961-09

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Knud Jørgen Pedersen

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The paper contains a description of some of the fine structural features of protonephridial tubular cells and gastrodermal phagocytes in a flatworm, Dugesia tigrina (= Planaria maculata). Special emphasis has been given to the morphological features suggesting pinocytotic and phagocytotic activities. In vivo dissociation methods and electron microscopy were employed. An epoxy resin “Epon” was used for embedding. Except for the occurrence of cilia in some parts of the tubules the fine structure of different regions in the tubules seem to be rather similar. High alkaline phosphatase activity is present in at least some regions of the protonephridia. No circulatory system is present, and the protonephridia are surrounded by the narrow interspace between two apposing cell membranes. A conspicuous extracellular space is not found in the animals. The cell membrane in both the protonephridial and phagocytic cells appear very dense over the luminal portion of the cell, due to a coating of a PAS-positive material. Vesicles surrounded by a similar membrane are found in the cytoplasm of both cellular systems, and they are interpreted as originating from the cell membrane by membrane vesiculation. Lysosome-like structures are present. The morphology of the food vacuoles in the phagocytes is rather similar to the lysosomes. Both kinds of bodies are surrounded by a dense, coated cell membrane. Septate desmosomes are frequently found in both cellular systems adjacent to the luminal border of the cells. A functional interpretation of some of the morphological findings is tentatively given. More... »

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609-628

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