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Les glandes operculaires de la petite vive, Trachinus vipera C.V. (Téléosteens, Trachinoidea, Trachinidae) 1. Étude cytologique = Opercular glands of Trachinus ripera C.V. (Teleostei, Trachinoitea, Trachinidae). Cytologic study
Perrière, Cl.; Michel, C. (1986). Les glandes operculaires de la petite vive, Trachinus vipera C.V. (Téléosteens, Trachinoidea, Trachinidae) 1. Étude cytologique = Opercular glands of Trachinus ripera C.V. (Teleostei, Trachinoitea, Trachinidae). Cytologic study. Cah. Biol. Mar. 27(4): 469-490
In: Cahiers de Biologie Marine. Station Biologique de Roscoff: Paris. ISSN 0007-9723, more
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  • Perrière, Cl.
  • Michel, C.

Abstract
    In Trachinus vipera, venomous glands are dependent of spines burden by first dorsal fin and operculary bone. These glands without canals are composed of great glandular cells and support-cells for which two functions are pointed out: they allow tissue cohesiveness by a great number of desmosomes and interdigitations between adjacent cells; they renew young glandular cells and assume the initiation of the secretion of venom constituents. Epidermal origin of supporting cells is demonstrated. Hypothesis about glandulary cells evolution is proposed.

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