Sperm ultrastructure in representatives of six bivalve families from Peter the Great Bay, Sea of Japan

@article{Drozdov2009SpermUI,
  title={Sperm ultrastructure in representatives of six bivalve families from Peter the Great Bay, Sea of Japan},
  author={Anatoly L. Drozdov and Svetlana N. Sharina and Sergey A Tyurin},
  journal={Russian Journal of Marine Biology},
  year={2009},
  volume={35},
  pages={236-241}
}
The ultrastructure of sperm in seven species of bivalves, the representatives of six families, Arcidae (Anadara broughtonii, Arca boucardi), Anomiidae (Pododesmus macrochisma), Tellinidae (Macoma tokyoensis), Ostreidae (Crassostrea gigas), Myidae (Mya japonica) and Trapezidae (Trapezium liratum) is described. All the studied sperm were typical tail sperm, adapted to external insemination, which, however, had a specific structure. Differences were revealed in the form of head, acrosome structure… CONTINUE READING

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