Innervation of a lizard auditory organ having gap junctions between most hair cells: a serial transmission electron microscopy study.

Abstract

Two apical unidirectional and 16 basal bidirectional papillar hair cells of the yucca night lizard, Xantusia vigilis, were serially sectioned for transmission electron microscopy (TEM) to determine the pattern of hair cell innervation. The 16 bidirectional hair cells (central group) were sectioned across the entire width of the papilla and consisted of four… (More)

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