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An ultrastructural study of the anal papillae of aedes campestris larvae and of the hind gut of Aedes campestris and Aedes aegypti larvae
The basic morphology and ultrastructure of the anal papillae of a saline water mosquito larva (Aedes campestris) have been investigated under two physiological conditions: (a) normal hyperosmotic external medium and (b) dilute hyposmotic medium. The ultrastructure of these organs suggests that they are not rudimentary, but rather are made up of cells that are morphologically specialized for transport. The anal papillae appear active in both the normal and dilute media and possible functionsdoi:10.14288/1.0101901 fatcat:zktwqiptsffqrmmo3zvmorlsgu