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There is a so-called "ramifying zone" on the ventral surface of Stentor, where thin stripes appear to branch off the thickest one all along its Fig. 7 Rate of flagellar regeneration in Euglena gracilis following amputation by agitation in a homogenizer. Visible growth commences after a half hour's delay, and nears completion in several hours. ) 29 Maintenance of Organelles Fig. 8 Regeneration of flagella in Euglena gracilis (A) im- mediately after their amputation, (B) during the lag phase, (C) at the onset of flagellar regeneration, and (D) when new flagella are half grown.
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Bernard Strehler of the University of Southern California recognized in this system of hydranth succession an example of localized aging in which the impending death of the cells is foreshadowed by excessive numbers of lysosomes rich in acid phosphatase. The programmed mortality of hydranths, however, may not necessarily signal the demise of all their component cells. If regressing hydranths are isolated, not only may they organize into short stolons, but these may even give rise to new hydranths.
Principles of Regeneration by Richard J. Goss (Auth.)