Definition of Pseudobranch. Meaning of Pseudobranch. Synonyms of Pseudobranch

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Definition of Pseudobranch

Pseudobranch
Pseudobranch Pseu"do*branch, n. (Anat.) Same as Pseudobranchia.

Meaning of Pseudobranch from wikipedia

- The pseudobranch, also pseudobranchia is the reduced first gill arch of a fish (on the inner surface of the opercle, near the junction of the preopercle)...
- spiracle, lies in the back of the first gill slit. This bears a small pseudobranch that resembles a gill in structure, but only receives blood already oxygenated...
- branchial arch gill raker gill slit pharyngeal arch pharyngeal slit pseudobranch Glossohyal Jaw hyomandibula pharyngeal jaw Leydig's organ Mauthner cell...
- rakers. Though all but the most primitive bony fish lack a spiracle, the pseudobranch ****ociated with it often remains, being located at the base of the operculum...
- world's oceans. Paraliparis species have one pair of nostrils and lack a pseudobranch or ventral suction disc. There are currently 143 recognized species in...
- branchial arch gill raker gill slit pharyngeal arch pharyngeal slit pseudobranch Glossohyal Jaw hyomandibula pharyngeal jaw Leydig's organ Mauthner cell...
- branchial arch gill raker gill slit pharyngeal arch pharyngeal slit pseudobranch Glossohyal Jaw hyomandibula pharyngeal jaw Leydig's organ Mauthner cell...
- spines, which distinguishes them from the other genera in the family. The pseudobranch is small and concealed. Body size varies widely within the family with...
- branchial arch gill raker gill slit pharyngeal arch pharyngeal slit pseudobranch Glossohyal Jaw hyomandibula pharyngeal jaw Leydig's organ Mauthner cell...
- 665-678. Yang, S., et al. (2015) Comparisons of two types of teleostean pseudobranchs, silver moony (Monodactylus argenteus) and tilapia (Oreochromis mossambicus)...
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