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Fig. 31. A longitudinal thin section of the middle piece of a mammalian spermatozoon

The circumferentially oriented mitochondria are cut transversely. Note how closely the celi membrane is apposed to the underlying mitochondria.


Links: Spermatozoa Development

Reference

From D. W. Fawcett, D. S. Friend, M. Price and R. W. Linck, Proc. 8th Intemat. Congr. Electron Microscopy, Canberra, 1974

Fawcett DW. The Mammalian Spermatozoon. (1975) Dev. Biol. 44, 394-436.


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