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The Histology of Fishes  comprehensively describes histological techniques related to integument, fish skeletal tissues, muscular system, structure and function of electric organs, digestive system, glands of the digestive tract, swim bladder, kidney, ovaries and eggs, testis structure, spermatogenesis, and spermatozoa in teleost fishes, cardiovascular system and blood, immune system of fish, gills: Respiration and ionic-osmoregulation, sensory organs, morphology and ecomorphology of the fish brain, and endocrine system. Structural and functional aspects are treated and in a comparative way fish taxonomy in its variety. 457 p.


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Authors expertises affiliations

  • Frank Kirschbaum, Editor. Faculty of Life Sciences, Unit of Biology and Ecology of Fishes. Humboldt University, Berlin (Germany).
  • Krysztof Formicki, Editor. Department of Hydrobiology, Ichthyology and Biotechnology of Reproduction, West Pomeranian University of Technology in Szczecin, Szczecin (Poland).

  • Publication date (electronic format): 2019-10.

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