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The junction plate, basis for phragmal organization in the Decapoda Brachyura

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The objective of this short note is to highlight the importance of the formation of the junction plate. Not only does the junction plate control the transformations of the intertagmal phragma into a sella turcica, but it also represents the most crucial advance in the endophragmal organization of the Decapoda Brachyura.

La formation de la lame de jonction revêt une importance primordiale dans l'évolution endophragmale du squelette des Décapodes. En effet, non seulement c'est elle qui préside aux transformations du phragme intertagmal pour devenir une selle turcique, mais c'est elle encore qui représente l'avancée essentielle dans l'organisation endophragmale des Décapodes Brachyoures.


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