Includes bibliographical references (p. 74-78).
|Other titles||Teleostean fishes.|
|Statement||Colin Patterson and G. David Johnson.|
|Series||Smithsonian contributions to zoology ;, no. 559|
|Contributions||Johnson, G. David.|
|LC Classifications||QL1 .S54 no. 559, QL639 .S54 no. 559|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 83 p. :|
|Number of Pages||83|
|LC Control Number||94010700|
Intermuscular bones, which ossify segmentally and are serially homologous in the myosepta, occur only in teleosts among recent vertebrates (Patterson & Johnson, ). The intermuscular bones and ligaments of teleostean fishes. Login. The intermuscular bones and ligaments of teleostean fishes. Login. DSpace Home. Intermuscular bones are found only in teleostean fishes. They are segmental ossifications in the myosepta and generally are associated with by: The intermuscular bones and ligaments of teleostean fishes Colin Patterson and G. David Johnson （Smithsonian contributions to zoology, no. ） Smithsonian Institution Press,
Intermuscular bones are found in the myosepta in teleosts. However, there is very little information on the development and ossification of these intermuscular bones. In this study, we performed an in-depth investigation of the ossification process during development in zebrafish (Danio rerio) and Japanese eel (Anguilla japonica). Intermuscular bones (IBs) are widely present in morphologically generalized teleost fishes and are commonly found in the Cyprinidae. Intermuscular bones are small, hard spicules of bone that are formed by ossification in the myosepta between neighboring myomeres. Book. Full-text available. Intermuscular bones and ligaments of teleostean fishes. January C. Patterson; who presented a new interpretation of the intermuscular bones of. Patterson C and Johnson GD () The intermuscular bones and ligaments of teleostean fishes Smithsonian contributions to zoology (USA). This article about a bony fish is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.
Patterson C, Johnson GD. The Intermuscular Bones and Ligaments of Teleostean Fishes [M]. Smithsonian Contribution to Zoology. , Nie CH, Wan SM, Chen YL, Zhu DJ, Wang XD, Dong XR, Gao ZX. Loss of scleraxis leads to distinct reduction of mineralized intermuscular bone in zebrafish. Aquaculture and fisheries. We documented the number, morphology, and distribution of intermuscular bones in five fishes of different ploidy: Carassius auratus (, 2n=), Carassius auratus variety PengZe (, 3n=), improved triploid crucian carp (, 3n=), improved red crucian carp (Carassius auratus red var., , ♀, 2n=), and improved allotetraploids (Abbr.G×AT, ♂, 4n=). Intermuscular bones (IBs) occur only in teleosts amongst recent vertebrates, which are hard-boned spicules located in the myosepta on both sides of the vertebrae [ 1, 2, 3 ]. Three sets of serially homologous IBs had been reported in teleosts, which are classified referring to the site of its attachment [ . Abstract Intermuscular bones (IBs) are ossified from tendons and only occur in lower teleosts. Positive association between the regulation of scleraxis gene (scx) and tendon development gave us reasons to speculate that the scx gene may play a .