A comparative study on the innervation and the vascularization of the bulbus arteriosus in teleost fish

@article{Watson2004ACS,
  title={A comparative study on the innervation and the vascularization of the bulbus arteriosus in teleost fish},
  author={A. Watson and J. Cobb},
  journal={Cell and Tissue Research},
  year={2004},
  volume={196},
  pages={337-346}
}
SummaryThe structure of the bulbus arteriosus of a wide range of teleost fish is described with particular reference to the vascularization and innervation. The adventitia of the organ consists of blood vessels and large nerve bundles in a collagen matrix. The nerve bundles contain monoamines, and fluorescence studies show small terminal bundles penetrating the muscular media; this is confirmed by electron microscopy. The media consists of an extensive elastic tissue matrix with a spiral… Expand
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