Significant differences in the area of cell nuclei of the left and right lobes of the interrenal glad have been revealed within the spawning period in two flounder species—the the barfin plaice Liopsetta pinnifasciata and the Korean flounder Glyptocephalus stelleri, which testifies to the different functional activities of these lobes and, accordingly, about the functional asymmetry of the interrenal glad. Individuals with a functionally more active right lobe of the gland prevail for the barfin plaice, whereas with the Korean flounder the number of individuals with a more active left lobe is equal to the number of individuals with a more active right lobe.
Russian Journal of Marine Biology – Springer Journals
Published: Jan 25, 2009
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