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The fine structure of a joint receptor (R10) in a spider leg (Zygiella x-notata) was examined with light and electron microscopy. The R10 receptor consists of a compact ganglion which is situated near the dorsal joint membrane of the femur/patella joint. Each of the ten sensory cells comprising the ganglion sends one branching dendrite into the hypodermis(More)
The optic tectum of two years old rainbow trout (Salmo gairdneri) and carp (Cyprinus carpio) had been compared morphologically, especially concerning the ultrastructural appearance of synapses. Differences between these two species were most pronounced in the stratum fibrosum marginale (SM). In addition to differences in the relative thickness of this(More)
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