prespore cells


prespore cells
Cells in the rear portion of the migrating slug (grex) of a cellular slime mould, which will later differentiate into spore cells. Can be recognized as having different proteins by immunocytochemical methods. See also Acrasidae.

Dictionary of molecular biology. 2004.

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  • prestalk cells — Cells at the front of the migrating grex of cellular slime moulds that will form the stalk upon which the sorocarp containing the spores is borne. See prespore cells …   Dictionary of molecular biology

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