Literature Cited

What is a swimbladder?
Different Types
Gas Secretion and Absorption
Sensory Functions
Literature Cited
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*Coombs, S. & A.N. Popper.  1982b.  Structure and function of the auditory system in the clown knifefish, Notopterus chitala.  Journal of Experimental Biology 97: 225-239.

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*Schaefer, K.M. & C.W. Oliver.  1998 November.  Shape, Volume, and Resonance Frequency of the Swimbladder of Yellowfin Tuna (Thunnus albacares).  <>.  Accessed 2000 Oct 6.

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*Webb, J. F.  1998.  Laterophysic Connection: A unique Link Between the Swimbladder and the Lateral Line System in Chaetodon (Perciformes: Chaetodontidae). Copeia 4: 1032-1036.

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