The membrane surrounding the nucleus is converted gradually into cellulose, and thus the perfect cell is formed. ... portion of it is concerned in the formation of the contents of the cell; and what is left of the cytoblast in the cell-wall becomes the nucleus of the cell. ... In such cells, a body similar to a nucleus may be afterwards formed, and may assume the function of the cytoblast of Schleiden, as far as theanbsp;...
|Title||:||A Manual of Botany ... Second edition|
|Author||:||John Hutton Balfour|