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Chonopeltis Australis (Branchiura): Structural, Developmental and Functional Aspects of the Trophic Appendages

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Cette étude traite des aspects du développement ontogénique des appendices trophiques chez Chonopeltis australis, Branchioure endémique du sous-continent africain. Le microscope électronique à balayage a été utilisé pour la description de ces appendices sur le plan de leur développement et de leurs fonctions. Le rôle des appendices trophiques dans l'alimentation et le maintien de la position est illustré.

Affiliations: 1: Electron Microscope Unit, Medical University of Southern Africa, Medunsa 0204, Republic of South Africa; 2: Department of Zoology/Entomology, University of the Orange Free State, Bloemfontein 9301, Republic of South Africa


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