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Tissue Cell. 1990;22(2):213-9.

Unusual organization of the tropharium in the telotrophic ovarioles of an insect, Saldula saltatoria.

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  • 1Institute of Zoology, Department of Systematic Zoology, Jagiellonian University, Kraków, Poland.

Abstract

The tropharium of the common shorebug Saldula saltatoria consists of 2 zones: the apical mitotic region and the distal one comprising numerous mononucleate nurse cells. Each individual nurse cell is connected to the centrally located trophic core by a thin cytoplasmic projection referred to as a trophic process. The accumulations of a dense material interpreted as the remnants of intercellular bridge rim are observed associated with the trophic process membrane. In the light of these results the establishment of telotrophic ovarioles in hemipterans is discussed.

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