Glands in the olfactory epithelium of marine fish

@article{Doroshenko2007GlandsIT,
  title={Glands in the olfactory epithelium of marine fish},
  author={M. A. Doroshenko},
  journal={Journal of Ichthyology},
  year={2007},
  volume={47},
  pages={449-455}
}
Specific features of the morphohistochemical and ultrastructural organization of the secretory system of olfactory organs in marine fish from the Pacific region were studied. Multicellular alveolar and tubular glands were revealed in the olfactory epithelium of Pleurogrammus azonus, Myoxocephalus yaok, Enophrys diceraus, Alcichthys elongatus, Gymnocanthus pistilliger, Hemilepidotus gilberti, Hemitripterus villosus, Podothecus veternus, Liparis dubius, Clupea pallasi, as well as in salmonids… 
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