Morphological and histological study of eye development in embryos and larvae of common carp fish Cyprinus carpio(L.1758).
Volume 9, Issue 1, Pages 88-98
AbstractGrowth and development of the eye in common carp fish were studied by using a several samples of the eggs, larvae and juveniles during artificial fertilization in the marine science center hatchery of fishes. Temperature of the Water in the incubators was 26C and the incubation of eggs was 38 hr. The study included the morphological and histological of the formation of the eye, optic primordial appeared after 12 of fertilization in a form evagination from both sides of the forebrain and slightly oval elongated and then characterized optic vesicle, then lens was appeared , it was spherical shape, histological the optic cup characterized at 24 and 28 hours of incubation is spherical and regular with the advent of the cornea lens and iris in addition to the room of the organization of the eye and the vitreous chamber. the retina was formed at the age of 24 hours of incubation from ganglion cell layer (Gcl)inner nuclear layer(Inl).And then followed by the other layers that fit their appearance with the age of the embryo, completed growth and the emergence of layers of the retina at the age of almost 30 days after hatching.
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