Ricerche istochimiche e al micro scopio elettronico sui tubi malpighiani di Dacus oleae Gmel.

@article{Mazzi2004RicercheIE,
  title={Ricerche istochimiche e al micro scopio elettronico sui tubi malpighiani di Dacus oleae Gmel.},
  author={Valdo Mazzi and Baccio Baccetti},
  journal={Zeitschrift f{\"u}r Zellforschung und Mikroskopische Anatomie},
  year={2004},
  volume={59},
  pages={47-70}
}
SummaryThe Dacus oleae larva possesses four Malpighian tubules, two anterior and two posterior ones, which in pairs enter into a ureter. Before opening into the gut, at the level of the transition zone between the mid- and hindgut, each ureter is dilated into an ampulla.The anterior tubules are divided into four regions: distal, transition, middle and proximal ones: while in the posterior tubules only middle and proximal segments are detectable. The distribution of the enzyme systems is… 
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