II. On the different types in the microscopic structure of the skeleton of osseous fishes

@article{KollikerIIOT,
  title={II. On the different types in the microscopic structure of the skeleton of osseous fishes},
  author={Albert Von Kolliker},
  journal={Proceedings of the Royal Society of London},
  pages={656 - 668}
}
After having been occupied for several months with observations on the minute structure of the bones of fishes, I now take the liberty to present the results of my studies to the Royal Society. The principal fact which I have to mention is, that a great many genera of osseous fishes possess no bone-corpuscles, radiated or fusiform, in their skeleton, and therefore no real osseous tissue. That there exist fish-bones without bone-corpuscles must have been long known in England to those who have… CONTINUE READING

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