By J. Reinert
The first quantity of the sequence, on "The balance of the Differentiated kingdom" acquired many favorable stories from the medical group. Many readers appear to believe us that book of topical volumes is a invaluable substitute to periodic compilations of quite unrelated, notwithstanding updated experiences. construction of topical volumes is even if, plagued with one nice trouble, that of "author synchronization". This hassle explains the lag among volumes 1 and a pair of of the sequence. however we are hoping that the current quantity could be preferred as a important resource of data on its crucial subject: How do mobilephone organelles originate, and what mechanisms guarantee their continuity? Tübingen, Berlin, Zürich, \V. BEERMANN, J. REINERT, H. URSPRUNG, Heidelberg H. -W. HA GENS Contents meeting, Continuity, and Exchanges in definite Cytoplasmic Membrane structures through W. GORDON WHALEY, MARIANNE DAUWALDER, aüd ]OYCE E. KEPHART 1 I. the character of the Membrane. . . . . . H. The meeting of Membranes . . . . . . five III. the expansion and move of Membranes. 6 A. The Nuclear Envelopc . . . 6 B. The Endoplasmic Reticulum thirteen C. The Golgi equipment . 17 D. The Plasma Membrane 28 E. Vacuoles and Vesicles 31 IV. Concluding comments 37 References . . . . . 38 foundation and Continuity of Mitochondria by means of ROBERT BAXTER 1. creation . . . . . . . . . . . . . forty six H. Mitochondrial Biogenesis : thc Machincry forty six III. barriers of Mitochondrial Autonomy 50 IV. The Replication of Mitochondria fifty three V. dialogue and end fifty eight Referenccs . . . . . . . . . fifty nine starting place and Continuity of Plastids by means of \VILFRIED STUBBE 1. advent . . . . . . . . . . . . . sixty five II. Arguments for the Continuity of Plastids .