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DEVELOPMENT OF THE DIMORPHIC CLAW CLOSER MUSCLES OF THE LOBSTER HOMARUS AMERICANUS. III. TRANSFORMATION TO DIMORPHIC MUSCLES IN JUVENILES.

Tytuł :
DEVELOPMENT OF THE DIMORPHIC CLAW CLOSER MUSCLES OF THE LOBSTER HOMARUS AMERICANUS. III. TRANSFORMATION TO DIMORPHIC MUSCLES IN JUVENILES.
Autorzy :
Govind CK
Lang F
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Źródło :
The Biological bulletin [Biol Bull] 1978 Feb; Vol. 154 (1), pp. 55-67.
Typ publikacji :
Journal Article
Język :
English
Imprint Name(s) :
Publication: Oct. 2016- : Chicago : University of Chicago Press
Original Publication: Lancaster, Pa. [etc.]
Entry Date(s) :
Date Created: 20180112 Latest Revision: 20191120
Update Code :
20210210
DOI :
10.2307/1540774
PMID :
29323959
Czasopismo naukowe
1. The two chelipeds of the adult lobster are asymmetrical with respect to their external morphology, neuromuscular physiology and utilization in behavior; however, they are not genetically fixed in terms of placement or handedness. 2. The differentiation of muscle fiber types was studied in the cutter and crusher claw closer muscles in the early juvenile stages of the lobster Homarus americanus. Muscle fibers were characterized on the basis of sarcomere length. 3. In contrast to the adult lobster, where the claw closer muscles are asymmetric, the closer muscles of the stage 4 lobster are nearly symmetric; both short and long sarcomere muscle fibers are present in each claw and both fiber types have an identical regional distribution within the closer muscle. 4. By stage 6 one of the muscles differentiates into a cutter muscle with over 60% short sarcomere fibers and a distinct regional distribution of short and long sarcomere fibers. The other claw closer muscle slowly loses its short sarcomere muscle fibers and is transformed into a crusher claw, usually by stage 13-15. 5. The change of the closer muscles from a symmetric to an asymmetric condition is correlated with the loss in ability for the claws to undergo a "reversal" rather than with the external appearance of the claw which becomes differentiated several molts later.

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