Stefan Nilsson

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Inspection of the dorsal end of fish gills reveals an impressive set of nerve trunks, connecting the gills to the brain. These trunks are branches of cranial nerves VII (the facial) and especially IX(More)
The arrangement of the fish gill vasculature is quite complex, and varies between the different fish groups. The use of vascular casting techniques has greatly enhanced our knowledge of the anatomy(More)