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Supplementary Movie 2. PB2 emission in the bivalve Mytilus galloprovincalis

Organism : Mollusc
Species : Mytilus galloprovincalis
Description : Bright-field movie showing that PB2 and PB1 are tethered in the bivalve due to the precise emission of PB2 at the previous site of PB1 emission. In Mytilus however we do not see a protrusion on the surface of PB2. This is either because there is no protrusion in Mytilus as in the ascidian, or alternatively because the protrusion is obscured due to PB1 and PB2 being compressed together in Mytilus
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