The Zebrafish in Toxicology/Test

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TEST SECTION FOR CSS HOVER
MOVE MOUSE OVER HIGHLIGHTED TEXT TO EVOKE A SECOND IMAGE OVER THE SHOWN IMAGE
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TEST SECTION FOR CSS HOVER

MOVE MOUSE OVER HIGHLIGHTED TEXT TO EVOKE A SECOND IMAGE OVER THE SHOWN IMAGE
WORKS ONLY IN FF; IE AND CHROME SHOW AS FF DOES IN PREVIEW MODE



early to advanced stages1. undifferentiated gonad

Tesdev1.jpg
Coronal section of a juvenile male zebrafish, total body length 11 mm; age 6w; H&E staining
The
undifferentiated gonad Tesdev1gon.gif
is an elongated structure which diametrically only spans a few cells; the organ is composed of mainly undifferentiated gonocytes. In this image, it is bounded by liver Tesdev1liv.gif and its associated peritoneal tissue File:Tesdev1per.gif on the medial side, and lateral by mesenchyme Tesdev1mes.gif. Adjacent to the liver, part of the swim bladder Tesdev1swb.gif is visible.

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