Image of the Day: A Bundle of Nerves

A section of squid skin showing chromatophores (starbursts) and iridiphores (gray clouds)—cells that change the skin's color—and the nerve cells (red lines) that mediate the process

By | May 5, 2014

MARINE BIOLOGICAL LABORATORY, WARDILL, GONZALES-BELLIDO, CROOK AND HANLON, PROCEEDINGS OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY B

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