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The genus Proteocephalus in the Netherlands.
  • J. Willemse
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Journal of helminthology
  • 1 March 1969
The present paper deals with investigations on the occurrence in Netherlands' fresh water fishes and host specificity of tapeworms belonging to the genus Proteocephalus . The species involved are: P.Expand
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Growth of striated muscle fibres in the M. lateralis of the European eel Anguilla anguilla (L.) (Pisces, Teleostei).
Diameters of red and white muscle fibres were measured in the M. lateralis of eels cultured under laboratory circumstances over a period of 2 years, starting from the glass eel stage. The red fibresExpand
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A quantitative identification of four types of fibres in the lateral musculature of immature European eel, Anguilla anguilla (L.) (Pisces, Teleostei)
Abstract The ATP-ase aotivity and mitochondrial density of muscle fibres in the lateral musculature of immature European eels, Anguilla anguilla (L.), were examined. The quantitative results showExpand
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Characteristics of myotomal muscle fibres and their possible relation to growth rate in eels—Anguilla anguilla (L.) (Pisces, Teleostei)
Abstract Examining muscle samples of eels cultured for experimental purposes, the following question arose: “are differences in muscle fibre characteristics, occurring between individual eels,Expand
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Morphological and functional aspects of the arrangement of connective tissue and muscle fibres in the tail of the Mexican axolotl, Siredon mexicanum (Shaw) (Amphibia, Urodela).
In the lateral musculature of the axolotl tail a multipennate arrangement of muscle fibres is found in the 3rd postanal myomere and all following myomeres. This arrangement appears in larval stagesExpand
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The generation of new ‘white’ muscle fibers by budding in the lateral musculature of elversAnguilla anguilla (L.) during normal development
The elver is a developmental stage of the European eel Anguilla anguilla (L.). During its growth, relatively large numbers of new muscle fibers are formed in the lateral musculature. We investigatedExpand
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The Role of Individual Differences in Particular Autonomy-Connectedness in Women's and Men's Work-Family Balance
Individual differences are increasingly considered important in the relationship between work-family balance and health. The present study examined the role of autonomy-connectedness in positive andExpand
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