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Cranial nerves of Labeo rohita (Ham.)

Cranial nerves of Labeo rohita (Ham.)

Uttar Pradesh Journal of Zoology 15(3): 199-203

The present communication deals with the study of cranial nerves of Labeo rohita (Ham.). During this study stress has been paid to the nature of optic chiasma, trigeminofacial complex, hyoideus and vagus nerves, respectively. The organisation of different nerves and typical ten pairs of cranial nerves have been observed.

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