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Segmental podocytic excretory glands in the thorax of Hutchinsoniella macracantha (Cephalocarida).

Hessler, Robert R and Elofsson, Rolf LU (1995) In Journal of Crustacean Biology 15. p.61-69
Abstract
All thoracic limbs of Hutchinsoniella except for the ninth contain entirely of podocytes. At the periphery of the gland, each podocyte with the investing basal lamina; centrally, there is no conspicuous podocytes, either in compact glands or in a more diffuse arrangement, decapods, mysids, and isopods, and perhaps occur in other crustaceans known to filter hemolymph and to pinocytotically extract constituents ification and storage of residues. Histologically, the thoracic limb identical to the end sac of the maxillary and antennal glands, but or exit duct. The second maxilla lacks this gland, even though in every other way. On the basis of podocyte histology and conclude that these glands are serially homologous to the end sac glands, and... (More)
All thoracic limbs of Hutchinsoniella except for the ninth contain entirely of podocytes. At the periphery of the gland, each podocyte with the investing basal lamina; centrally, there is no conspicuous podocytes, either in compact glands or in a more diffuse arrangement, decapods, mysids, and isopods, and perhaps occur in other crustaceans known to filter hemolymph and to pinocytotically extract constituents ification and storage of residues. Histologically, the thoracic limb identical to the end sac of the maxillary and antennal glands, but or exit duct. The second maxilla lacks this gland, even though in every other way. On the basis of podocyte histology and conclude that these glands are serially homologous to the end sac glands, and are descendant from the segmentally from the repetitious ancestralexcretory system. (Less)
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10.2307/1549011
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  abstract     = {All thoracic limbs of Hutchinsoniella except for the ninth contain entirely of podocytes. At the periphery of the gland, each podocyte with the investing basal lamina; centrally, there is no conspicuous podocytes, either in compact glands or in a more diffuse arrangement, decapods, mysids, and isopods, and perhaps occur in other crustaceans known to filter hemolymph and to pinocytotically extract constituents ification and storage of residues. Histologically, the thoracic limb identical to the end sac of the maxillary and antennal glands, but or exit duct. The second maxilla lacks this gland, even though in every other way. On the basis of podocyte histology and conclude that these glands are serially homologous to the end sac glands, and are descendant from the segmentally from the repetitious ancestralexcretory system.},
  author       = {Hessler, Robert R and Elofsson, Rolf},
  issn         = {0278-0372},
  language     = {eng},
  pages        = {61--69},
  publisher    = {ARRAY(0x8dd7e30)},
  series       = {Journal of Crustacean Biology},
  title        = {Segmental podocytic excretory glands in the thorax of Hutchinsoniella macracantha (Cephalocarida).},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.2307/1549011},
  volume       = {15},
  year         = {1995},
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