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Figure 2: Transmission electron microscopy of ovotestis of younger snails. (A) Developing spermatocytes possess cytoplasmic connection between adjacent cells (white arrow) with numerous mitochondria and stack of Golgi bodies. A magnified view of the Golgi stack (arrow) in spermatocyte is shown in box. (B) Spermatocyte showing nuclear division. (C) Developing spermatid showing finger like projections around the cell membrane with some syncytial cytoplasmic bridge (bold arrow). The cytoplasm consists of Golgi vesicles (thin black arrow). (D) Magnified view of some developing spermatids head. n = nucleus; sc = spermatocyte.

Figure 2: Transmission electron microscopy of ovotestis of younger snails. (A) Developing spermatocytes possess cytoplasmic connection between adjacent cells (white arrow) with numerous mitochondria and stack of Golgi bodies. A magnified view of the Golgi stack (arrow) in spermatocyte is shown in box. (B) Spermatocyte showing nuclear division. (C) Developing spermatid showing finger like projections around the cell membrane with some syncytial cytoplasmic bridge (bold arrow). The cytoplasm consists of Golgi vesicles (thin black arrow). (D) Magnified view of some developing spermatids head. n = nucleus; sc = spermatocyte.