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Pyloric Caecum

Included in this definition are the living hagfish, lampreys, and cartilaginous and . called pyloric caeca, which secrete digestive enzymes and absorb nutrients.

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L-PROLINE TRANSPORT SYSTEMS OF STARFISH PYLORIC CAECA
digestive diverticula of the pyloric stomach called pyloric caeca.
Aristotle revisited: The function of pyloric caeca in fish
The function of the pyloric caeca of fish has been uncertain since their detailed description in 345 B.C. by.
Pyloric caeca in chinook salmon: osmoregulatory function and
Seasonal changes in pyloric caecum and gonad indices during the
no long-term inverse relationship between pyloric caecum and gonad indices.
Isolation and characterization of trypsin from pyloric caeca of
Trypsin from pyloric caeca of Monterey sardine was purified by fractionation with ammonium sulfate, gel filtration, affinity and ionic exchange chromatography.

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pyloric caeca - Dictionary of Ichthyology
pyloric caecum (plural pyloric caeca) = a finger-like out-pocketing of the intestine where it meets the end of the stomach (pylorus). Also spelled cecum (ceca).
pyloric caecum: Definition from Answers.com
pyloric caecum ( pə′lörik ′sēkəm ) ( invertebrate zoology ) One of the tubular pouches that open into the ventriculus of an insect.
What is the function of the pyloric caeca on the starfish
Improve. Also known as digestive caeca or hepatic caeca.
Pyloric caecum - Definition and More from the Free Merriam
one of the tubular pouches opening into the alimentary canal in the pyloric region of most fishes. 2.

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