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Feeding Chemoreceptor Sites in the Crayfish Procambarus Clarkii (Girard)

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Eine Reihe von Experimenten ergab, daß P. clarkii in der Lage ist, Nahrung zu entdecken selbst nach Ausschaltung des Sehvermögens, der Antennulen, Antennen, wie auch des Dactylus der Chelipeden und der ersten Schreitbeinpaare. Die Nahrungslokalisation ist stark beeinträchtigt, wenn die Dactyli der ersten Schreitbeinpaare mit 'Duco cement' abgedeckt werden. Es wird angenommen, daß die Atmungsroute und die Mundwerkzeuge bei der Nahrungslokalisation über einige Entfernung beteiligt sind. Diese Annahme kann jedoch noch nicht experimentell belegt werden.

Affiliations: 1: Department of Zoology, University of Cape Coast, Cape Coast, Ghana


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