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Das trockene Auge: Geschichte und Entdeckung. Ursachen des Syndroms

  • Juan Murube del Castillo
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Zusammenfassung

Vor 360 Millionen Jahren entwickelten sich die Crosopterygian-Fische wegen des ökologischen Druckes durch andere Tiere oder wegen drastischer klimatischer Veränderungen in ihrem Lebensraum zu Amphibien. Zu den zahlreichen Veränderungen, die diese Tiere durchliefen, gehört auch die Ausbildung eines Tränenapparats. Dieser entwickelte sich bei den verschiedenen auf dem Land lebenden Spezies auf unterschiedliche Weise, hatte aber immer die Funktion, das Auge feucht zu halten und ein trockenes Auge zu verhindern.

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