'Mag. 1000 diams. oc. 8, ob. apoch. 2 mm. Zeiss. Camera lucida. Fixed with formaline vapour. Note shrunken granules at the north end of the cell.' (371)


Fig. in text:

'The movement of the granules in a cell offers the clearest evidence that they are not connected to one another by bars or threads [note: 'This point will be discussed more fully in a later paper.']. They move quite independently of one another, sometimes singly, sometimes in small groups from one part of the cell to another. For instance in such a cell as is shown in Fig. 9 single granules will travel from the body of the cell to the peripheral mass at the extremity of the pseudopodium.' (371-372)