2021
DOI: 10.1002/jemt.23725
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Posthatching developmental studies on the tongue and laryngeal entrance of the common quail (Coturnix coturnix, Linnaeus, 1758) in different five age‐stages

Abstract: The present study represents the first trial to characterize the ultrastructural of five ages of Coturnix coturnix. Lingual nail had membrane that differ in number among five studied ages. Filiform papillary system had four caudally directed papillae types; small (apex, rostral, and median part of body in 1 day, body in 10 and 20 days), long (apex and rostral part of body in 10 days, tip and two lateral area in 20, 30, 40-days, lateral border in 1 and 10 days, two lateral area of body in 40 days), broad (media… Show more

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“…The present SEM observations of the lingual apex noted that it was covered rostrally and laterally with numerous caudally directed scales-like papillae, similar to those observed by Abumandour and El-Bakary (2019) and Abumandour et al (2021). Meanwhile, Abumandour and El-Bakary (2017b) in the common kestrel and Emura et al (2009) in the Japanese pygmy woodpecker reported that there were numerous rostral long needle-like processes on the lingual tip.…”
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“…The present SEM observations of the lingual apex noted that it was covered rostrally and laterally with numerous caudally directed scales-like papillae, similar to those observed by Abumandour and El-Bakary (2019) and Abumandour et al (2021). Meanwhile, Abumandour and El-Bakary (2017b) in the common kestrel and Emura et al (2009) in the Japanese pygmy woodpecker reported that there were numerous rostral long needle-like processes on the lingual tip.…”
Section: Discussionsupporting
confidence: 84%
“…The filiform appearance on the avian tongue was not a common structure as reported in all animal species (Abumandour, 2014b;Abumandour & El-Bakary, 2013;El-Bakary & Abumandour, 2017;El-Mansi, Al-Kahtani, & Abumandour, 2019;Massoud & Abumandour, 2019). The present SEM observations noted that the dorsal surface of the lingual apex and body was covered with numerous caudally directed scales-like filiform papillae and with high magnification, the scales-like filiform papillae took the leaf-like appearance with little microgrooves and numerous micro-ridges, similar to that noted by Abumandour (2018), while these papillae were observed on the entire dorsal lingual surface of the common quail Coturnix coturnix (Abumandour et al, 2021). The presence of the filiform-like papillae was previously observed in several bird species as in the Egyptian laughing dove, common kestrel and Hume's tawny owl, house sparrow, and Eurasian Coot (Abumandour, 2018;Abumandour & El-Bakary, 2017a;Abumandour & El-Bakary, 2017b;Abumandour & El-Bakary, 2019) but, the more fantastic lingual appearance was described in the penguins (Kobayashi, Kumakura, Yoshimura, Inatomi, & Asami, 1998) that the whole dorsal surface was covered with numerous caudal oriented mechanical filiform-like papillae.…”
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confidence: 83%
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