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The capillary bed of the central nervous system in a member of a second genus of Gymnophiona-Siphonops.

@article{Craigie1941TheCB,
  title={The capillary bed of the central nervous system in a member of a second genus of Gymnophiona-Siphonops.},
  author={Edward Horne Craigie},
  journal={Journal of anatomy},
  year={1941},
  volume={76 Pt 1},
  pages={
          56-64
        }
}
THAT there are two remarkably distinct types of capillary bed in the central nervous system, consisting respectively of independent capillary loops in one case and of a. continuous reticulum in the other, is now recognized. It is also established that the'latter type occurs in amphibians of the order Selientia, and the former in Caudata (Schobl, 1882; Sterzi, 1904; Craigie, 1938a, 1938c). The interesting problem of the phylogenetic relationship between these two types of capillary bed, and the… 

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