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Endocytosis of the symbiotic dinoflagellate Symbiodinium microadriaticum Freudenthal by endodermal cells of the scyphistomae of Cassiopeia xamachana and resistance of the algae to host digestion

Journal of Cell Science

Nov 1, 1983

W K Fitt, R K Trench

PMID: 6141174

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The ingestion and fate of four types of particles by endodermal cells of the scyphistomae of Cassiopeia xamachana were investigated by scanning and transmission electron microscopy. Ferritin was endocytosed pinocytotically by invagination of the plasmalemma. These small pinocytotic vesi...read more

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Acid Phosphatase
Mutualism
Lysosome Assembly Pathway
Abnormal Degeneration
Endocytosis
Phylum dinoflagellata
Sea Nettle, West Coast
Uptake
Cnidaria
Vesicle
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Endocytosis of the symbiotic dinoflagellate Symbiodinium microadriaticum Freudenthal by endodermal cells of the scyphistomae of Cassiopeia xamachana and resistance of the algae to host digestion

Journal of Cell Science

Nov 1, 1983

W K Fitt, R K Trench

PMID: 6141174

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Abstract

The ingestion and fate of four types of particles by endodermal cells of the scyphistomae of Cassiopeia xamachana were investigated by scanning and transmission electron microscopy. Ferritin was endocytosed pinocytotically by invagination of the plasmalemma. These small pinocytotic vesi...read more

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Acid Phosphatase
Mutualism
Lysosome Assembly Pathway
Abnormal Degeneration
Endocytosis
Phylum dinoflagellata
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