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Hensen,

Victor, German anatomist and physiologist, 1835-1924.
Hensen canal - a short membranous tube passing from the lower end of a saccule to the cochlear duct of the membranous labyrinth. Synonym(s): Hensen duct; uniting duct
Hensen cell - one of the supporting cells in the organ of Corti.
Hensen disk - Synonym(s): Hensen line
Hensen duct - Synonym(s): Hensen canal
Hensen knot - a local thickening of the blastoderm at the cephalic end of the primitive streak of the embryo. Synonym(s): Hensen node; primitive node
Hensen line - the paler area in the center of the A band of a striated muscle fiber, comprising the central portion of thick filaments that are not overlapped by thin filaments. Synonym(s): H band; Hensen disk
Hensen node - Synonym(s): Hensen knot
Hensen stripe - a band on the undersurface of the membrana tectoria of the cochlear duct.
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Victor Hensen in the Gulf of Nicoya, Pacific, Costa Rica.
A fines de 1993 e inicio de 1994 se hizo una nueva evaluacion de la fauna asociada a los sedimentos del Golfo, a bordo del buque cientifico Victor Hensen (en adelante, V.
Victor Hensen (Diciembre de 1993 y febrero de 1994)
Para el buque Victor Hensen el total de especies verificadas fue de 82.
Victor Hensen fueron parte del Convenio de Cooperacion entre la Universidad de Costa Rica-CIMAR y el Centro de Ecologia Marina Tropical (ZMT), Bremen, Alemania.
(1996) Demersal crustacean assemblages from the Pacific coast of Costa Rica: a quantitative and multivariate asessment based on the Victor Hensen Costa Rica Expedition (1993/1994).
RV Victor Hensen Costa Rica Expedition 1993/1994 Cruise Report.
Buque Victor Hensen (Otter trawl y beam trawl, 12 estaciones) Diciembre 1993 y febrero 1994.
Buque Victor Hensen (12 estaciones, mallas de 2.5 cm, otter trawl y 1.0 cm, beam trawl) Golfo de Nicoya, Pacifico, Costa Rica.
Distribucion de las estaciones de arrastre del buque Victor Hensen (H), obtenida mediante analisis de escala dimensional no metrica (NMDS) e indice de similitud de Sorensen, sobre una matriz (presencia - ausencia) de 82 taxa de crustaceos x 12 estaciones.