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The Hypodermis of Enoplus Brevis and Other Related Nematodes; No Structural Evidence for a Peripheral Nerve Net

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It has been stated recently by Croll & Maggenti (1968) that certain structures in the hypodermis of the marine nematode Thoracosrtoma californicum, demonstrated by a silver impregnation technique, constituted a peripheral nervous system comparable to that found in the Trematoda. Examination of several closely related Enoploidea. using the same technique but examining sectioned material at the ultrastructural level also, has shown that this interpretation is incorrect; the structures demonstrated by these workers are shown to comprise the hypodermal cell membrane system.

Affiliations: 1: Nematology Laboratory, Department of Zoology, The University of Newcastle upon Tyne, England

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