Microstructure and Mineralization of Vertebrate Skeletal Tissues
A quantitative study of morphological and histological changes in the skeleton of Salmo salar during its anadromous migration
The histological analysis of the vertebrae showed that bone compacity and number of trabeculae vary depending on their localization on the vertebral axis, which represents an important source of calcium and other elements during anadromous migration in Atlantic salmon.
Middle Maastrichtian vertebrates (fishes, amphibians, dinosaurs and other reptiles, mammals) from Pajcha Pata (Bolivia). Biostratigraphic, palaeoecologic and palaeobiogeographic implications
Glossary of Skeletal Biomineralization
The Concept of Bone Tissue in Osteichthyes
Each of the bone and bone-derived tissues of the aforementioned continuum represents the outcome of developmental and functional constraints, which appear to be more diverse in Osteichthyes than in Tetrapoda.
Demineralization of the vertebral skeleton in Atlantic salmon Salmo salar L. during spawning migration.
Phylogeny of the Amphiliidae (Teleostei : Siluriformes)
Osteoclasts in teleost fish: Light-and electron-microscopical observations
Electronmicroscopical observations reveal that teleost osteoclast show features similar to those of higher vertebrate osteoclasts, c.g., the presence of a ruffled border and the occurrence of numerous vacuoles, lysosomes and mitochondria.
Reproductive biology of the conger eel from the south coast of Brittany, France and comparison with the Europe eel
The gonadosomatic indices of female conger eel Conger conger, aged between 2 and 11 years postmetamorphosis, ranged between 0.04 and 4.78 and were correlated with both age and body length, indicating that this species probably spawns in deeper oceanic waters.