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endoplasmic reticulumendoplasmatisches Retikulum (ger.)

  • A network of structures within the cytoplasm of a cell; esp. a system of membranes in the form of tubules, cisternae, and vesicles, with or without surface ribosomes, which is involved in protein synthesis and other metabolic processes. (OED 2011)
    Suspended in the endoplasmic reticulum were numerous granular inclusions.
    Meglitsch, P.A. (1947). Studies on Myxosporidia of the Beaufort region, I. Observations on Chloromyxum renalis, n.sp., and Chloromyxum granulosum Davis. J. Parasitol. 33, 265-270: 269.
    The relatively large mitochondria lie admist strands of the endoplasmic reticulum.
    Porter, K.R. & Thompson, H.P. (1948). A particulate body associated with epithelial cells cultured from mammary carcinomas of mice of a milk-factor strain. J. exper. Med. 88, 15-24: Plate 6, Fig. 4.
    Other features [of a meristematic cell] include the nucleus (N) [...], the nuclear envelope (NE), plastids (P), mitochondria (M), Golgi apparatus (G), endoplasmatic reticulum (ER), and the pasma membrane (PM).
    Marinos, N.G. (1962). Studies on submicroscopic aspects of mineral deficiencies, I. Calcium deficiency in the shoot apex of barley. Amer. J. Bot. 49, 834-841: 837.