Ultrastructural study of the effect of the ink fluid of the sea hare  Aplysia  Dactylomela on the hepatocytes and kidney tubules of Mice
Sea hares are a group of marine molluscs which possess many ways for defense including the chemical defense. The hares produce ink fluid from the ink gland to escape and protect themselves from their enemies. The ink gland of sea hares secrete, the ink fluid which contains many bioactive factors acting against potential enemies with toxic activities. _Aplysia dactylomela_ is ... Read more