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This has been interpreted as meaning that the protein components of these membranes occur as leaflets of submicroscopic thickness with surfaces parallel to that of the membrane. However, the optical data require only that the major axes of the submicroscopic protein components extend in planes paralleling that of the envelope. These components may as well be very thin fibrils, interlaced or oriented at random, as in nets or gridq. s (1941) favors the view that the envelope is composed of a lattice of thin protein fibrils with lipid molecules interspersed between the protein particles.

Evidence has been accumulating for the existence of a submicroscopic lattice of protein and lipid materials which may be rcsponsible for the non-Newtonian properties of cytoplasm, as well as for contractility and polarity. Peters (1937) refers to the lattice aa the “ cytoskeleton” and speculates about its possible functions. Earlier polarized light evidence is given by Schmidt (1937, a). Monn6 (1940) interpreted his birefringence results on pulmonate spermatocytea as indicating a stratification of the cytoplasm in submicroscopic layers concentric with the nucleus.

Page . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Ultrastructure . . . . . Polarized light. . . . . X-ray diffraction. . . . Electron microscope. . . . VL. General Considerations of Protein Fibor Structme References . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54 5,; 55 56 58 60 G1 . . . . . 61 61 . . . . 64 . . . . . Va . . . . . 63 INTRODUCTION Proteins antl coinplexes of proteins with lipids and ctlridiytlrit 1 ::s form the basis of the structural components of cells and tissue:;.

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