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Salmonids have common monetary and environmental value. right id and knowing in their illnesses are for this reason very important if worthy shares are to be maintained. This quantity presents a pragmatic advisor and an reduction to ailment acceptance. this can be an up-to-date and prolonged model of the 1st book in 1996 and comprises round four hundred prime quality color photomicrographs.

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The epithelium varies between cuboidal and highly columnar, and the nuclei are generally located in the basal region of the cell. Gastric glands are located in the lamina propria and often into the crypts of the mucosal folds. The fundic region of the stomach is a blind sac, pouching off from the main tube of the organ and characterized by numerous gastric glands although, in contrast, they may be absent in the pyloric region. Pyloric caeca are blind-ended, finger-like projections that extend outwards from the pyloric valve region of the stomach and the anterior intestine (Fig.

D) Anterior gut. 6 Digestive System 17 Fig. 29 (a) Pyloric caeca of adult Atlantic salmon. (b) Opened stomach and pyloric region showing gastric folds and the openings into the pyloric caeca folds (crypts). The pharynx mucosa contains a lamina propria, but is devoid of a muscularis mucosa. The muscularis is composed of a thick outer layer of circular muscle and a thin layer of longitudinal muscle. Both layers of the muscularis are striated. The oesophagus is a short, muscular thick-walled tube with longitudinally arranged folds of mucosa to facilitate swallowing and propulsion of food particles.

B) Stomach. (c) anterior gut. (d) Anterior gut. 6 Digestive System 17 Fig. 29 (a) Pyloric caeca of adult Atlantic salmon. (b) Opened stomach and pyloric region showing gastric folds and the openings into the pyloric caeca folds (crypts). The pharynx mucosa contains a lamina propria, but is devoid of a muscularis mucosa. The muscularis is composed of a thick outer layer of circular muscle and a thin layer of longitudinal muscle. Both layers of the muscularis are striated. The oesophagus is a short, muscular thick-walled tube with longitudinally arranged folds of mucosa to facilitate swallowing and propulsion of food particles.

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