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Transmission Electron Micrograph (TEM) of section of young cell of Trachelomonas oblonga var. punctata; a skin of mucilage has formed outside the cell; between this and the cell, a new envelope is just beginning to precipitate. In Trachelomonas, the envelope completely encloses the cell and there is a pore for emergence of the locomotory flagellum. Magnification: 12,500X at 8x10" print size.