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Fig. 1

From: Compartmentalization in PVC super-phylum: evolution and impact

Fig. 1

a Transmission electron micrograph of thin section of cell of Simkania negevensis. Pirellulosome (PI) and paryphoplasm (P) are separated by the intracytoplasmic membrane (ICM). The nucleoid (N) is contained within the pirellulosome. The bacterium lives in the cytoplasm of an amoeba and is surrounded by the membrane of phagocytic vacuole (VM). Bar marker, 0.2 μm. b) c): Transmission electron micrograph of thin section of cell of Coraliomargarite akajimensis. Pirellulosome (PI) and paryphoplasm (P) are separated by the intracytoplasmic membrane (ICM). The nucleoid (N) is contained within the pirellulosome. Bar marker, 0.2 μm

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