Experientia

, Volume 14, Issue 5, pp 161–166 | Cite as

Histologische und zytologische Untersuchungen über das Ependym und seine Abkömmlinge (insbesondere die Epiphyse und den Saccus vasculosus) bei niederen Vertebraten

  • J. C. van de Kamer
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Summary

In the brain wall of different vertebrate species, ependymal cells of different type occur. These cells possess protuberances which protrude into the ventricle.

Although cytologically these structures are all variations of one theme, they must at present be interpreted in different ways as regards function.

Probably these cell types form a complex system for the regulation of the cerebrospinal fluid. It remains possible that one or more of these cell types act as light receptors.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • J. C. van de Kamer
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  1. 1.Zoologisch Laboratorium der Rijksuniversiteit UtrechtNetherlands

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