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The anatomy and histology of the alimentary canal of a carnivorous fishMegalops cyprinoides (Brouss)

  • S. M. Kamal Pasha
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Keywords

Lamina Propria Goblet Cell Columnar Cell Mucous Cell Alimentary Canal 
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Abbreviations

b.m.

basement membrane

c.c.

columnar cell

c.m.

circular muscle layer

c.st.

corpus of the stomach

c.t.

connective tissue

d.m.

dorsal mucosa

du.

duodenum

g.c.

goblet cell

g.cr.

gastric crypt

g.g.

gastric gland

g.g.c.

gastric gland cell

int.

intestine

l.

lumen

le.

leucocytes

l.m.

longitudinal muscle layer

l.p.

lamina propria

m.

mucus

m.c.

mucous cell

m.f.

mucosal fold

nu.

nucleus

oe.

oesophagus

p.

pylorus

p.c.

pyloric stomach

p.p.

papillary projection

p.v.

pyloric valve

rec.

rectum

s.

serosa

s.m.

submucosa

st.c.

stratum compactum

st.e.

stratified epithelium

t.b.

taste-bud

t.p.

top-plate

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Authors and Affiliations

  • S. M. Kamal Pasha
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  1. 1.Department of ZoologyPresidency CollegeMadras

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