Development of Organ Systems in the Northern Anchovy, Engraulis Mordax, and Other Teleosts

@inproceedings{Oconnell2013DevelopmentOO,
  title={Development of Organ Systems in the Northern Anchovy, Engraulis Mordax, and Other Teleosts},
  author={C. P. O'connell},
  year={2013}
}
SYNOPSIS. Certain aspects of development that are indicative of changing functional and ecological capabilities are reviewed for six different organ systems in the northern anchovy, Engraulis mordax , and other teleosts. The six organ systems are the integument, the lateral line system, the eye, the digestive tract, the gas bladder, and the trunk musculature. The integument develops gradually but also has transient specialized cells during the larval period. The lateral line system is… Expand
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