Differentiation of the inner ear sensory epithelia of Proteus anguinus (Urodela, amphibia)

@article{Bulog1989DifferentiationOT,
  title={Differentiation of the inner ear sensory epithelia of Proteus anguinus (Urodela, amphibia)},
  author={B. Bulog},
  journal={Journal of Morphology},
  year={1989},
  volume={202}
}
  • B. Bulog
  • Published 1989
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Journal of Morphology
  • The stages of differentiation of the inner ear sensory epithelia of the neotenous cave urodele, Proteus anguinus, was studied with light and electron microscopy. Comparative ultrastructural analysis among specimens of different sizes confirms that new sensory cells may be generated throughout life, particularly along the periphery of the saccular macula. The inner ear of Proteus contains at least four types of sensory cells that differ in their apical ciliary part. 
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