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Olfactory epithelium of marine fishes in scanning electron microscopy.

  title={Olfactory epithelium of marine fishes in scanning electron microscopy.},
  author={M A Doroshenko and P. A. Motavkin},
  journal={Acta morphologica Hungarica},
  volume={34 3},
The olfactory organs of six teleost fish species were studied using scanning electron microscopy. Differences were found in number and arrangement of lamellae in the olfactory rosette, and five types of arrangement were distinguished. Four types of arrangement of sensory and indifferent epithelium were established in rosettes of the species studied. Differences in organization of the sensory epithelium in teleost fish species are seen in quantitative relationships of different receptor and… 
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