Morphological Comparison of the Filiform Papillae of New Zealand White Rabbits ( Oryctolagus cuniculus ) as Domestic Mammals and Egyptian Fruit Bat ( Rousettus aegyptiacus ) as Wild Mammals Using Scanning Electron Microscopic Specimens

@inproceedings{Abumandour2014MorphologicalCO,
  title={Morphological Comparison of the Filiform Papillae of New Zealand White Rabbits ( Oryctolagus cuniculus ) as Domestic Mammals and Egyptian Fruit Bat ( Rousettus aegyptiacus ) as Wild Mammals Using Scanning Electron Microscopic Specimens},
  author={Mam{\'i}feros Salvajes Utilizando Muestras de Microscop{\'i}a Electr Abumandour},
  year={2014}
}
  • Mamíferos Salvajes Utilizando Muestras de Microscopía Electr Abumandour
  • Published 2014
This paper presents a comparison of the morphological structure of the filiform papillae in New Zealand white rabbits as domestic mammals and Egyptian fruit bats as wild mammals. This study was carried out on the tongues of adult healthy New Zealand white rabbits and Egyptian fruit bats of both sexes. There were four types of lingual papillae in both animals. In the Egyptian fruit bats, there were six subtypes of the filiform papillae; three on the anterior part (small, conical and giant), two… CONTINUE READING
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