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Structure Du Rhabdome De L'Oeil Nauplien Adulte D'Artemia (Anostraca)

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The rhabdom of the adult nauplius eye of Artemia is distributed as a spacial net near the pigment cups. Each retinula cell has proximal rhabdomeric surfaces, which constitute a ring around the cell or just one cellular side, and which intermingle with those of neighbouring cells to form a closed rhabdom of a structure not comparable to that of ommatidia. The whole is irregular and aleatory. By one of its poles the rhabdom is in contact with the space between the retinula cells and the pigment cup and progressively becomes more slender by the opposite pole and reaches different levels. It is sometimes possible to find a rhabdomic portion isolated from the rest.

Affiliations: 1: Departemento de Zoologia, Fac. de Biologfa, Universidad de Oviedo, Oviedo, Espagne

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1983-01-01
2016-09-26

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