Kiemen und Hämolymphkreislauf von Phyllidia pulitzeri (Gastropoda, Opisthobranchia, Doridacea)

@article{Wgele1984KiemenUH,
  title={Kiemen und H{\"a}molymphkreislauf von Phyllidia pulitzeri (Gastropoda, Opisthobranchia, Doridacea)},
  author={Heike W{\"a}gele},
  journal={Zoomorphology},
  year={1984},
  volume={104},
  pages={246-251}
}
  • H. Wägele
  • Published 1 July 1984
  • Biology
  • Zoomorphology
SummaryThe anatomical and histological details of the respiratory organs and the vascular system of Phyllidia pulitzeri Pruvot-Fol, 1962, are described. The vascular system, especially of the ventral “gill” leaflets, is reconstructed and compared with that of typical Doridacea (Archidoris and Corambe).Within the Phyllidiidae the sinus lateralis maintains its function of returning the blood from the notum to the atrium. This blood is oxygenated by cutaneous respiration. The sinus lateralis also… 

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