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ANATOMIC STUDIES OF THE CARDIAC INNERVATION
THE INNERVATION OF THE HEART IN THE AQUATIC
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A.V. node abundant anteriorly aorta arborizations argyrophilic fibers associated with ganglia atria bands of muscle bands of myocardium Bielschowski-trichrome bundle cardiac muscle cardiac nerves cardiac tissues cervical vagectomy coarse collagen conducting system coronary arteries coronary sinus distributed efferent endocardial plexus endocardium epicardial plexus epicardium fascicles of fibers fibers and fibrils fibers extended fibril branches fibrillar Figure ganglion cells granular fibers hagfish Heart Edwin F human heart infarct innervation interatrial septum interstitial intracardial nerves Large nerves longitudinal motor muscle bands muscle cells muscle tissues myelinated fibers myocardial tissues nerve fibers nerve fibrils nerve supply nerve trunks nervous tissues neurectomies neurilemma papillary muscles parasympathetic peripheral Photomicrograph illustrating postganglionic pulmonary artery regression Schwann cells segments sensory septal sinuous fascicles sinuous fibers stained structure sympathetic nerves sympathetic trunks terminal thick thin myelinated axons tortuous fibrils trabeculae trichrome vagal vagal nerves vagal trunks ventricles ventricular epicardium ventricular myocardium vertebrate heart wallerian degeneration