Fish Morphology

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CRC Press, Jun 1, 1996 - Science - 434 pages
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Topics covered in this volume include: transformation morphology on structures in the head of cichlid fishes; the structure and function of fish liver; atretic follicles and corpora lutea in the ovaries of fishes; effects of gill dimension on respiration; and the efects of pesticides on fish.
 

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Contents

Morphological Connection of the Eye with Other Functional Compo
11
A Reappraisal
21
Pseudobranchial Neurosecretory System
27
Gill Vessels
40
Vascular Organization of Lungfish a Landmark in Ontogeny
47
Phylogeny Ontogeny Structure and Function of Digestive Tract
59
Era of Confusion Regarding Teleost Digestive Tract Appendages
66
Study of Caecal Enzymes and Microorganisms
71
Origin
126
Micropyles
133
Corpora Lutea
155
Terminology
162
Structure of Fish Locomotory Muscle
169
Conclusion
176
Cephalic Sensory Canal System of Some Cyprinodont Fishes in Relation
193
Discussion
199

The Structure and Function of Fish Liver
77
Electron Microscopy
83
Physiological Hepatocyte Polymorphism
87
Ultrastructural Diversity of the Biliary Tract and the Gallbladder in Fish
95
Gallbladder Parasites
105
Recent Advances in the Functional Morphology of Follicular Wall Egg
111
Theca and Surface Epithelium
119
Morphological Analysis
210
Dimensional Analysis
218
Summary
230
A Composite Approach for Evaluation of the Effects of Pesticides on Fish
249
Authors Research
255
Towards a Composite Model
270
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