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Fluorescence localization of monoamines in crab neurosecretory structures.

@article{Cooke1970FluorescenceLO,
  title={Fluorescence localization of monoamines in crab neurosecretory structures.},
  author={I. Cooke and M. Goldstone},
  journal={The Journal of experimental biology},
  year={1970},
  volume={53 3},
  pages={
          651-68
        }
}
1. The pericardial organs and anterior ramifications (both neurohaemal structures) of six species of crabs have been examined as whole mounts by the histochemical method for monoamines based on formaldehyde-induced fluorescence. 2. A small number of specifically fluorescing axons (not more than six green and six yellow) innervate the pericardial organ; one of the green-fluorescent and one yellow-fluorescent axon branches and also innervates the anterior ramification. 3. All of the fluorescing… Expand
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