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THE HEART ULTRASTRUCTURE OF PRAUNUS FLEXUOSUS (MULLER) AND MYSIS RELICTA (LOVEN) (CRUSTACEA, MYSIDACEA)

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ABSTRACT The hearts of Praunus flexuosus and Mysis relicta have single layered myocardia and single layered epicardia. The epicardia of the two mysids are identical. The myofibers are polarized in M. relicta only. There are no variations in the membrane systems. T tubules are mainly found at the H level; those at the Z level are less conspicuous. Couplings, internal and peripheral, are located at the H level. The sarcoplasmic reticulum is well-developed and continuous over the Z band. Nerve terminals are described.

Affiliations: 1: Cellular Cardiology Research Group, Zoological Laboratory, University of Bergen, Bergen, Norway.

10.1163/1937240X81X00384
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2017-10-17

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