By Yvette W. Kunz Ph.D., D.Sc. (auth.)
In the compiling of this e-book, the large literature facing the descriptive morphology, histology and cytology of teleost improvement has been combed and built-in. The ebook is split into 21 chapters, beginning with the egg and embryonic improvement as much as hatching. this is often via an outline of ectodermal, mesodermal and entodermal derivatives and the advance of varied organs. the topic index, species index and the plentiful illustrations upload additional price to this lengthy awaited book.
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According to histochemical analyses the lipid yolk consists mainly of neutral fats (triglycerides) ‘(Riehl, 1977a)’. The precise origin of the lipid yolk has not yet been settled satisfactorily (rev. ‘Guraya, 1986’). 2 Precursors of proteid yolk The precursors are produced exogenously (from an organ other than the ovary) or endogenously (from organelles of the oocyte) or by both sites. Exogenous formation is also called heterosynthetic and endogenous formation intraovarian or autosynthetic. Yolk (vitellus) 31 Exogenous origin Vitellogenesis is characterized by a rapid growth of the oocyte.
3/9). According to ‘Anderson (1968)’ and ‘Shackley and King (1977)’ it is not clear whether these bodies fuse with micropinocytotic vesicles and whether they contain digestive enzymes. As the yolk mass enlarges, the yolk vesicles (future cortical alveoli) and the nucleus (germinal vesicle) shift towards the periphery. e. the future animal pole. 4 RELATION BETWEEN YOLK AND CYTOPLASM The yolk of all teleostean eggs is surrounded by a thin layer of cytoplasm (ooplasm, protoplasm3) which, in addition to cortical alveoli and yolk components, contains many mitochondria, numerous Golgi complexes, large quantities of rough endoplasmic reticulum, ribosomes and particulate glycogen (see Chapter 4).
As illustrated by a woodcut, the cytoplasmic processes become ﬁner — and the net larger — the deeper they dip into the yolk. g. ‘Kupffer (1878)’, ‘Agassiz and Whitman (1884)’, ‘Brook (1885a, 1887a)’, ‘von Kowaleski (1886a)’, ‘Stuhlmann (1887)’, ‘(Henneguy, 1888)’, ‘McIntosh and Price (1890)’, ‘Cunningham (1891)’, ‘Fulton (1898)’, ‘(Gudger, 1905)’, ‘(Assheton, 1907)’. This is followed by later publications: For Brachydanio ‘(Rosen-Runge, 1938; Yamamoto I. and Ohta, 1967a,b; Kane, 1999)’ and for Clupea ‘(‘Kanoh (1949; Yanagamachi and Kanoh, 1953)’.