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The blood vasculature of the gastrointestinal tract in chinook oncorhynchus tshawytscha walbaum and coho oncorhynchus kisutch walbaum salmon



The blood vasculature of the gastrointestinal tract in chinook oncorhynchus tshawytscha walbaum and coho oncorhynchus kisutch walbaum salmon



Journal of Fish Biology 38(4): 525-532



The venous and arterial vasculature of the chinook and coho salmon gastrointestinal tract were examined using corrosion casts and India ink injection techniques. Observations derived from 28 individuals of various sizes and of both sexes were used to construct simplified venous and arterial plans. Examination of the blood vasculature revealed the presence of a variety of anastomoses hitherto undescribed in teleosts.

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