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The fine structure of the epidermis of 2 species of salmonid fish the atlantic salmon salmo salar and the brown trout salmo trutta part 1 general organization and filament containing cells






Cell and Tissue Research 157: 553-565

The fine structure of the epidermis of 2 species of salmonid fish the atlantic salmon salmo salar and the brown trout salmo trutta part 1 general organization and filament containing cells



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Harris, J.E.; Hunt, S., 1975: The fine structure of the epidermis of two species of salmonid fish, the Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar l.) and the brown trout (Salmo trutta L.). I. General organization and filament-containing cells. The fine structure of the epidermis or two species of salmonid fish has been described. Gross characteristics have been noted along with many apparent differences in the epidermis of different body regions of the fish. The major cell type is the f...

Harris, JE.; Hunt, S., 1975: The fine structure of the epidermis of two species of salmonid fish. the Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar L.) and the brown trout (Salmo trutta L.). l. General organization and filament-containing cells. Cell Tiss. Res, 1574: 553-565

Harris, J.E.; Hunt, S., 1975: The fine structure of the epidermis of 2 species of salmonid fish the atlantic salmon salmo salar and the brown trout salmo trutta part 2 mucous cells. Cell and Tissue Research 163(4): 535-543

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