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ULTRASTRUCTURAL ASPECTS OF THE REPRODUCTIVE MORPHOLOGY OF CENTROPAGES TYPICUS KReYER, 1849 (COPEPODA, CALANOIDA)

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Ultrastructural studies have been conducted on the male and female of Centropages typicus to analyze spermatophore transfer mechanisms. Careful observations have been made on the genital area of both sexes and of the mating appendages in the male. In particular, a detailed description of the first two somites of the female urosome is necessary to correctly interpret the strategies employed for positioning the spermatophore.

Des etudes ultrastructurales ont ete menees sur des males et des femelles de Centropages typicus afin d'analyser les mecanismes de transfert des spermatophores. Des observations d etaillees ont ete faites sur l'aire genitale des deux sexes et sur les appendices utilis es pendant l'accouplement par le male. En particulier, une description detaillee des deux premiers somites de l'urosome de la femelle est necessaire pour interpreter correctement les strategies utilisees par les males pour fixer les spermatophores.

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