Studies on the midgut of Centropages typicus (Copepod, Calanoid)

@article{Arnaud1978StudiesOT,
  title={Studies on the midgut of Centropages typicus (Copepod, Calanoid)},
  author={Justine Arnaud and Michael Brunet and Jacques Mazza},
  journal={Cell and Tissue Research},
  year={1978},
  volume={187},
  pages={333-353}
}
SummaryFrom a structural study of the midgut of Centropages typicus, three main zones presenting different cellular associations may be defined.The ultrastructural study carried out allows us to distinguish several cell types. The four principal cell categories (E, R, F and B) show a more or less marked resemblance with those identified in the Malacostraceans, especially in the hepatopancreas of Decapods. The three types R, F and B, which are subdivided according to their localization (R and R… CONTINUE READING

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