Phar.Deriv.brief

Phar.Deriv.brief - Fishes differ. All lack parathyroid...

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PHARYNGEAL DERIVATIVES GLANDS
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All tetrapods have parathyroid glands and ultimobranchial bodies; the Vitamin D complex appears active. Calcium-binding protein has been found in the intestinal mucosa of am[hibians.
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Unformatted text preview: Fishes differ. All lack parathyroid glands, but parathormone has been found in the hypophysis. Calcium-lowering factors appear to come from ultimobranchial bodies and small corpuscles of Stannius which are embedded in the kidneys...
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