Comparative morphological and histological studies on the adaptation of esophagus and stomach to the feeding habits in some coral reef fishes at Hurghada, Red Sea, Egypt

Walaa Shalaby
2020 Egyptian Journal of Aquatic Biology and Fisheries  
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