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In this case, the metal precipitation occurs as intracellular granules of different types which, after being stored, are directly discharged by secretory vesicles into the lumen or by substitution of the intestinal epithelium (Hubert, 1979a; Nogarol and Fontanetti, 2010; Godoy and Fontanetti, 2010).
Each granular gland consists of numerous alveoli or secretory vesicles that are surrounded by connective tissue (Hostetler & Cannon 1974; Cannon & Hostetler 1976; Alvarez et al.
The observation of the several smooth surfaced empty looking secretory vesicles in the apical cytoplasm of the epididymal principal cells in the dogs, resembles a similar finding in the principal cells of the epithelial lining of the adult rats epididymis (Hermo).
2+] levels often lead to the release of many different kinds of stored hormones and other proteins from secretory vesicles (Kits and Mansvelder 2000).
The 14-3-3 proteins were localized in the shak region, which coincides with the localization of H+-ATPase pumps, the nucleus, and the tip of the pollen tubes, where secretory vesicles are delivered to the plasma membrane.
Cell structures called secretory vesicles have been found all along the length of the fiber in the process of fusing to the cell membrane.