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The Midgut Caeca and the Limits of the Hindgut of Brachyura: a Clarification

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Les caeca dorsaux antérieurs pairs et le caecum impair postérieur du duodenum des Brachyura et de beaucoup d'autres Crustacés Décapodes ne sont pas bien interprétés et leur fonction est inconnue. Ils n'ont pas été mentionnés dans un traité récent sur la physiologie des Crustacés, et plusieurs chercheurs ont attribué, à tort, le caecum postérieur au rectum. Ce travail essaie d'éclaircir leurs homologies et leurs relations avec le duodenum, et, en même temps d'attirer sur eux l'attention des physiologistes. L'ultrastructure de ces organes chez Carcinus indique une fonction de transport.

Affiliations: 1: Department of Zoology, University of California, Berkeley, California, 94720, U.S.A.


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