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Fine structure of the ventral nerve centre and interspecific identification of individual neurons in the enigmatic Chaetognatha
The enigmatic arrow worms (Chaetognatha) are marine carnivores and among the most abundant planktonic organisms. Their phylogenetic position has been heavily debated for a long time. Most recentExpand
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Histological and ultrastructural reconstruction of ventral epidermal glands of Spio (Polychaeta, Spionidae, Annelida)
With present study, we confirm that the ventral structures on anterior and middle chaetigers of two species of Spio are special kind of intraepidermal multicellular glands. The general anatomy andExpand
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Immunohistochemical and ultrastructural studies on ciliary sense organs of arrow worms (Chaetognatha)
We examined epibenthic and pelagic species of Chaetognatha (Spadellidae and Sagittidae) using immunohistofluorescence and confocal laser scanning microscopy to detect tubulin and cell nuclei inExpand
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Description of Spadella valsalinae sp. nov., a neo-endemic benthic chaetognath from Northern Adriatic Sea (Croatia) with remarks on its morphology, phylogeny and biogeography
We describe a new chaetognath species, Spadella valsalinae sp. nov., discovered and collected in the Northern Adriatic Sea (Pula, Croatia). S. valsalinae sp. nov. is a benthic species living at 10–12Expand
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