Some evidence for the ampullary organs in the European cave salamander Proteus anguinus (Urodela, Amphibia)

@article{Isteni2004SomeEF,
  title={Some evidence for the ampullary organs in the European cave salamander Proteus anguinus (Urodela, Amphibia)},
  author={Lili Isteni{\vc} and B. Bulog},
  journal={Cell and Tissue Research},
  year={2004},
  volume={235},
  pages={393-402}
}
  • Lili Istenič, B. Bulog
  • Published 2004
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Cell and Tissue Research
  • SummaryThe multicellular epithelial organs in Proteus anguinus, which Bugnion (1873) assumed to be developing neuromasts, have been analyzed by lightand electron-microscopy. Their fundamental structure consists of single ampullae with sensory and accessory cells with apical parts that extend into the pit of the ampulla, and of a short jelly-filled canal connecting the ampulla pit with the surface of the skin. The organs are located intra-epithelially and are supported by a tiny dermal papilla… CONTINUE READING
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