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Goblet Cells in the Swim Bladder of Ophiocephalus striatus (Bloch)

Naturevolume 192pages13111312 (1961) | Download Citation



DURING investigations on the mechanism of gas secretion by the gas gland epithelium in the swim bladder of teleosts, a preliminary investigation was made of the histology and histochemistry of the gas gland to identify the types of cells which are involved in the secretion of gases.

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  1. Department of Physiology, Medical College, Trivandrum, 11, India

    • A. S. MONIE


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