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Studies On the Alimentary Canal of Amphipods. Excretory Caeca

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Chez les Amphipodes Talitridae Talorchestia martensii (Weber) et Orchestia platensis Kroyer deux cécums excréteurs dorsolatéraux minces prennent naissance dans la partie postérieure de l'intestin moyen. Ils se prolongent jusqu'à l'extrémité postérieure de l'abdomen, où chacun se recourbe en forme d'U pour se prolonger antérieurement sur une faible distance. La partie terminale de chaque cécum est attaché à l'intestin postérieur par un cordon de tissu conjonctif. Chez les autres Amphipodes dont les cécums excréteurs ont été décrits jusqu'à présent, la position et le trajet différaient sensiblement de ce qui a été présenté dans le présent article.

Affiliations: 1: Department of Zoology, Andhra University, Waltair, India


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