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Fine Structure of the Haemocytes of the Indian White Shrimp, Fenneropenaeus Indicus (H. Milne Edwards, 1837)

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Three types of circulating haemocytes have been identified in the haemolymph of the Indian white shrimp, Fenneropenaeus indicus, by electron microscopy. The ultrastructure of an agranulocyte, a dense granulocyte, and a semi-dense granulocyte, are described. The possible presence of a fourth type of haemocyte, viz., the cyanocyte, is discussed. The ultrastructure of a special type of haemocyte found in the haemolymph of shrimps with a developing ovary is described. Trois types d'hémocytes circulants ont été identifiés en microscopie électronique, dans l'hémolymphe de la crevette royale blanche Fenneropenaeus indicus. L'ultrastructure d'un agranulocyte, d'un granulocyte dense et celle d'un granulocyte semi-dense ont été décrites. La présence possible d'un quatrième type d'hémocyte, le cyanocyte, est discutée. L'ultrastructure d'un type particulier, supplémentaire, d'hémocyte trouvé dans l'hémolymphe de crevettes dont l'ovaire est en cours de développement, est décrite.


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