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Intranuclear fibrous inclusions readily detectable under the electron microscope were found in cells from fat body and hypopharyngeal gland of honeybees. The inclusions appear in the nucleoplasm in an area circumscribed by nucleolus-like bodies. No relationship could be traced between the cells' activity and the presence inclusions of the, but it is suggested that they may represent some role in the successive DNA replications in these cells.
Da Cruz Landim, Carminda, "Intranuclear Fibrous Inclusions in Secretory Cells of Apis Mellifera L." (1971). Co. Paper 8.
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