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The nervous system of the lophophore in the ctenostome Amathia gracilis provides insight into the morphology of ancestral ectoprocts and the monophyly of the lophophorates
BMC Evolutionary Biology
Corpus ID: 6250752
BackgroundThe Bryozoa (=Ectoprocta) is a large group of bilaterians that exhibit great variability in the innervation of…
Do glial cells exist in the nervous system of parasitic and free-living flatworms? An ultrastructural and immunocytochemical investigation.
Acta biologica Hungarica
Corpus ID: 32214426
It is still unclear whether flatworms have specialized glial cells. At present there are no special methods available for the…
Localization of pigment-dispersing hormone (PDH) immunoreactivity in the central nervous system of Carcinus maenas and Orconectes limosus (Crustacea), with reference to FMRFamide immunoreactivity in…
Cell and Tissue Research
Corpus ID: 22413931
SummaryBy use of antisera raised against synthetic pigment-dispersing hormone (PDH) of Uca pugilator and FMRFamide, the…
Lectin binding analysis of Argas polonicus tissue glycoproteins.
Corpus ID: 3090684
Proteins of the Malpighian tubules (MT), midgut tissue (MG), salivary glands (SG), internal reproductive organs (RO), epidermis…
[Morphologic features of the chemosensory, visual and vestibular pathways of Helix lucorum].
Neirofiziologiia = Neurophysiology
Corpus ID: 35858167
The structure of chemosensory, visual and statocyst pathways of the snail Helix lucorum has been studied by means of five…
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