Ontogeny of the digestive tract during larval ...
|Title||Ontogeny of the digestive tract during larval development of yellowtail flounder: a light microscopic and mucous histochemical study|
|Author(s)||C. J. Baglole, H. M. Murray, G. P. Goff, Glenda M. Wright|
|Journal||Journal of Fish Biology|
|Abstract||The structural changes during the development of the digestive tract of the larvae of the yellowtail flounder, Pleuronectes ferruginea, from 3 days' post-hatch to metamorphosis (46 days' post-hatch), were studied using light microscopy. Differentiation of the digestive tract into the buccal cavity, pharynx, oesophagus, post-oesophageal swelling, intestine and rectum was established by 10 days' post-hatch. Gastric glands and pyloric caeca developed between days 29 and 36. Morphological features of each region are discussed..|
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