The latter, known as the calymma, is traversed by a number of water-vesicles or vacuoles.
If vacuoles have any special function, it is an unimportant one.
Their appearance is that of vacuoles, and with these they are probably to be compared.
This is filled with a granular protoplasm, in which vacuoles are formed.
When it desires to make itself heavier and sink, the vacuoles discharge their lighter contents.
Here we have a mass of protoplasm with a nucleus (n) and cavities (vacuoles, v) filled with cell sap, but no cell wall.
Vacuolate: with vacuoles or small cavities, empty or filled with a watery fluid.
The sphere is filled with protoplasm, in which there is a nucleus and one or more gaps, or "vacuoles."
A short time after the appearance of the vacuoles the entire conidium extends itself so that the papilla disappears.
A thin cell-wall encloses the granular protoplasm, in which vacuoles and sometimes a nucleus may be noted.