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||Budding yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae
||Yamaguchi M, Namiki Y, Okada H, Mori Y, Furukawa H, Wang J, Ohkusu M, Kawamoto S. Structome of Saccharomyces cerevisiae determined by freeze-substitution and serial ultrathin-sectioning electron microscopy. J Electron Microsc (Tokyo). 2011 60(5):321-35. doi: 10.1093/jmicro/dfr052 p.326 table 3PubMed ID21908548
||P.322 left column 2nd paragraph: "Here, [Researchers] report the structome of S. cerevisiae strain S288c determined by freeze substitution and serial ultrathin-sectioning electron microscopy."
||P.327 right column bottom paragraph: "The nucleus, nuclear envelope, nuclear pore and nucleolus: The nucleus was enclosed by a double-layered nuclear envelope (Fig. 1i). The nucleus in interphase cell was spherical (Fig. 1i), ∼1.6 µm in diameter (Table 3) and ∼1.8 µm^3 in volume, occupying ∼10.5% of the cell volume (Table 2, Fig. 4). The nuclear envelope consisted of the outer and inner envelopes. Both measured ∼13 nm in thickness (Table 4). The nuclear pore was ∼94 nm in diameter (Table 3) and is known to function in the transport of substances between the nucleoplasm and cytoplasm [ref 15]." P.329 right column 2nd paragraph: "Multivesicular bodies were spherical membrane-bound organelles containing microvesicles (Fig. 1e) [refs 18,19]. These microvesicles were ∼39 nm in diameter (Table 3). Up to five multivesicular bodies were present in a cell (Table 1), having an average length and diameter of 206 and 186 nm, respectively (Table 3)." P.330 left column 4th paragraph: "Microtubules (Fig. 1m) had a diameter of ~25 nm
(Table 3). Most microtubules were associated with the SPB [spindle pole body] and few were found in the cytoplasm. Microfilaments (Fig. 1n) were of ~7 nm thick (Table 3)."