Bryozoan larvae as mosaics of multifunctional ciliary fields: Ultrastructure of the sensory organs of Bugula solonifera (Cheilostomata: Cellularioidea).

@article{Reed1988BryozoanLA,
  title={Bryozoan larvae as mosaics of multifunctional ciliary fields: Ultrastructure of the sensory organs of Bugula solonifera (Cheilostomata: Cellularioidea).},
  author={Christopher G. Reed and John M Ninos and Robert M. Woollacott},
  journal={Journal of morphology},
  year={1988},
  volume={197 2},
  pages={
          127-145
        }
}
The ultrastructure of ciliated sensory and effector organs has been examined by light microscopy and by scanning and transmission electron microscopy in larvae of the cellularioid cheilostome, Bugula stolonifera. The larval surface is formed by a mosaic of ciliary fields, each distinctive in organization and function. The most extensive ciliary field consists of the motile cilia of the corona, which collectively constitute the primary larval locomotory organ and form most of the larval surface… CONTINUE READING
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