Nervous system immunohistochemistry of the parasitic cnidarian Polypodium hydriforme at its free-living stage.

@article{Raikova2016NervousSI,
  title={Nervous system immunohistochemistry of the parasitic cnidarian Polypodium hydriforme at its free-living stage.},
  author={E. Raikova and O. Raikova},
  journal={Zoology},
  year={2016},
  volume={119 2},
  pages={
          143-152
        }
}
  • E. Raikova, O. Raikova
  • Published 2016
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Zoology
  • Polypodium hydriforme, the only species in Polypodiozoa, which is currently considered a class of Cnidaria, and likely a sister group to Medusozoa (together with Myxozoa), is a cnidarian adapted to intracellular parasitism inside sturgeon oocytes. Free-living P. hydriforme lives on river bottoms; it walks on supporting tentacles and uses sensory tentacles to capture food and bring it to the mouth. The nervous system of free-living P. hydriforme was studied by confocal microscopy and… CONTINUE READING
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