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Acta Anatomica (1997) 159 (1): 15–24.
Published Online: 18 July 2008
...W. Buaboocha; R.T. Gemmell The thyroid gland is not present at birth in marsupials and thyroid function begins during the latter half of pouch life. The hormonal output of the thyroid gland is important for normal development. In this study the structure of the lung, kidney and skin...
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Acta Anatomica (1997) 159 (1): 8–14.
Published Online: 18 July 2008
... arch arteries the vascular plex­ us, however, exhibit developmental changes which appear to be stage-specific. (1) In earlier stages the plexus arises ventrally and dorsally solely from the fourth pharyngeal ar­ tery. (2) Later on during development of the sixth pharyn­ geal arch artery the plexus...
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Acta Anatomica (1997) 159 (4): 194–203.
Published Online: 18 July 2008
... genes during pre- and post-implantation development: Evi­ dence for a developmental shift from an au­ tocrine to a paracrine mode of action. Mecli Dev 39: 181-191. Ramachandran. R.K., V. Govindarajan. C.A. Scid, S. Patil. C.R. Tomlinson 11995) Role of platelet-derived growth factor-like and epidermal...
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Acta Anatomica (1997) 158 (3): 166–171.
Published Online: 18 July 2008
...F. Kristek; M. Gerovǎ The myo-endothelial area in the coronary artery conduit was described in 3 developmental stages: in fetuses, newborns, and adult dogs. Transmission and scanning electron microscopy were used for the study, and morphometry was used for quantitative evaluation. In all three...
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Acta Anatomica (1997) 159 (1): 1–7.
Published Online: 18 July 2008
.... Development Glycosaminoglycans Hyaluronan Histocytochemistry Immunocytochemistry Tooth germs natomica Original Paper Acta Anal 1997:159:1-7 Received: January 6. 1997 Accepted: October 15. 1997 M. E. Matthiessen11 C. Garbarsch" B. Engelbrecht Olsena S. Hellström'' A. Engström-Laurentc Institute...
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Acta Anatomica (1997) 158 (4): 247–254.
Published Online: 18 July 2008
... to persons or property resulting from any ideas, methods, instructions or products referred to in the content or advertisements. Development Vitelline circulation Coated pit Receptor mediated-endocytosis Immunoglobulin G Rat Original Paper AetaAnat 1997:158:247-254 Received: May 15. 1995...
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Acta Anatomica (1997) 160 (3): 172–178.
Published Online: 18 July 2008
... Mammalian and Chick Embryos. Boca Raton. CRC Press, pp 89-101. Christie. G.A. (1964) Developmental stages in somite and postsomite rat embryos, based on external appearance, and including some fea­ tures of the macroscopic development of oral cavity. J Morphol 114: 263-286. Elias. H. (1955) Origin and early...
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Acta Anatomica (1994) 149 (2): 81–88.
Published Online: 17 July 2008
.... Intestine Entero-endocrine cell Development Electron microscopy Immunocytochemistry Original Paper Acta Anal 1994;149:81-88 E. Ono" Y. Doi" H. Furukawa" K. Hirata S. Fujimoto" Departments of Anatomy and b Surgery. University of Occupational and Environmental Health, School of Medicine. Kitakyushu...
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Acta Anatomica (1995) 152 (1): 1–10.
Published Online: 17 July 2008
... on a sufficient oxygen supply to the cervical region. During early development, the cranio­ cervical region of a chick embryo is more sensitive to circulatory failure than the trunk. Introduction At advanced developmental stages, higher vertebrate embryos are characterized by a general ventral body curva­ ture...
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Acta Anatomica (1994) 151 (3): 159–164.
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...E.P.K. Mensah-Brown The effect of trypan blue on the 11.5-day rat conceptus after intravitelline vessel administration is described. For comparison, conceptuses injected with varying volumes of Hanks’ BSS have also been studied. Trypan blue significantly retarded the growth and development...
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Acta Anatomica (1994) 151 (3): 180–187.
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... of den­ drites with individual rings of each side of the neuron [Sholl. 1956]. Results Body and brain weight comparisons among groups at each developmental age showed significantly lower values for neonatally underfed rats than for controls (table 1). Analysis of the mean cross-sectional cell body area...
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Acta Anatomica (1994) 151 (3): 150–158.
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... are full of glycogen in the same developmental stage. Fig. 6. Immature oxyntic cell (OC) in the base of a primitive gas­ tric gland. Multiple translucent or dense cored vesicular profiles (V) gather in the apical cortical cytoplasm. BM = Basal membrane; GA = Golgi apparatus; GL = glycogen; L = lumen; M...
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Acta Anatomica (1994) 151 (3): 139–149.
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... of the structure. We have tended to treat compartmentation in the nervous system as a specific 'goal' of development. An alternative view is that compartmentation is an inevitable secondary evolutionary consequence of developmental processes, so that the older the structure, the more it is compartmental­ ized...
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Acta Anatomica (1994) 149 (4): 300–305.
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..., 1889; Bergman et al., 1988]. On the other hand, it represents a constant structure in eden­ tates [Lubosch, 1938]. Developmental Considerations According to extensive descriptions of the development of the OA given by many authors [Krause, 1956: Hayreh, 1963; Lasjaunias and Berenstein. 1987; Willinsky...
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Acta Anatomica (1996) 156 (2): 99–111.
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...;. x4and x4). during the same developmental period (tables 7, 8). Part / The first parameter in the analysis was the effect of age on change of the orientation of the working and balancing side power stroke relative to the reference line (rl) (angles a, and cx:. respectively) (fig.5). The results...
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Acta Anatomica (1996) 156 (4): 283–288.
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... (fig. 4d). Discussion Bovine RP formation begins at a later developmental stage than other compound organs such as rat dental bud [Mark et al., 1990a, b] and chick wing bud IFernandezTeran et al., 1993], RP formation has a unique development without the epithelial placode and mesenchymal condensa­ tion...
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Acta Anatomica (1996) 156 (3): 217–226.
Published Online: 17 July 2008
... arches, and thus in the vicinity of somites that generate migratory myogenic precursor cells |Bladt and Birchmeier. unpubl. results). I hits. SF/IIGF controls EMT and the generation of motile cells in vivo. Morphologically, this normal developmental process is indistinguishable from the generation...
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Acta Anatomica (1995) 153 (4): 254–262.
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... predomi­ nately in larval type I fibers but as development proceeds is expressed in both type I and type II. Introduction Myosin heavy chain (MyHC) occurs in a number of iso­ forms whose expression in birds and mammals is known to be regulated by developmental age, clonal derivative, hor­ monal state...
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Acta Anatomica (1995) 153 (4): 310–319.
Published Online: 17 July 2008
.... Specifically, while developmental processes are completed with regard to other stimulus transduction pathways, the transduction elements for Na* stimuli remain incomplete and functionally immature. In the present study, we have used polyclonal antisera raised against amiloride-sensitive Na* channels purified...