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The central empty spaces are vacuoles, which get larger and larger as injured cells approach death.
Unlike Thioploca and a related genus called Beggiatoa, it was not contained in a containment sac called a vacuole.
In this slice of potato 1,000 times thinner than a Pringle, the red circles are vacuoles—
As the ice evaporated and carbon dioxide built up in the surrounding air, the acidity increased, causing the pigments stored in tiny vacuoles, or bubbles in the petal’s outer cells, to shift from blue to pink.
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