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an independent team of operatives who work together in a CELLULAR MANUFACTURING production environment.
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olfersii, subtle changes in septal cell morphometry do occur after high-salinity acclimation: the number of membrane invaginations interposed between adjacent mitochondria increases, as does the surface density (square micrometers of membrane surface per cubic micrometer of cytoplasm) of the septal cells and the mitochondrial volume fraction; the mitochondrial profiles also become more elongate (Freire and McNamara, 1995).
would then pass through the extensive intercellular junctions between the base of the pillar cell perikarya and the lateral ends of the intralamellar septal cells into the septal cell cytoplasm, and from there directly into the hemolymph via the [Na.
A layer of septal cells, contiguous with the pillar cell bases, divides the intralamellar space into two parallel compartments, forming a lattice-like series of lacunae through which the hemolymph flows.