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Acta Anatomica (1996) 155 (1): 29–40.
Published Online: 17 July 2008
... fibers were in about equal proportions. These nonuniform fiber-type concentrations may suggest that different segments of individual primate intrinsic tongue muscles may be functionally independent, supporting recent models of tongue motor system biomechanics. For example, predominantly type IIA fibers...
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Acta Anatomica (1996) 155 (1): 57–62.
Published Online: 17 July 2008
... shorter than those observed in Ceboidea monkeys and not truly interlaminar. These observations indicate a clear morphological difference in astroglial organization between nonhuman primates and a rodent brain. They further show that ‘interlaminar astrocytes’ are distributed nonhomogeneously in the frontal...
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Acta Anatomica (1995) 152 (3): 151–169.
Published Online: 17 July 2008
... in the human, macaques and several other primates. The cellular rearrangements and interactions of trophoblast with endometrial epithelial cells and stroma were studied during this periimplantation stage in macaques. At the early lacunar stage, 1–2 days after the initiation of implantation, both...
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Acta Anatomica (1996) 155 (3): 145–162.
Published Online: 17 July 2008
... and the editor(s) disclaim responsibility for any injury to persons or property resulting from any ideas, methods, instructions or products referred to in the content or advertisements. Implantation Trophoblast Placenta Macaque Primate 29 02 1996 19 04 1996 17 7 2008 AAcntaa tó m...
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Acta Anatomica (1988) 132 (1): 35–40.
Published Online: 15 July 2008
... Acta anat. 132: 35-40 ( 1988) Ultrastructure of the Rostral Notochord of the 35-Day Rhesus Monkey (Macaca mulatta) Embryo Christopher P. Jerome, Andrew G. Hendrickx California Primate Research Center. University of California. Davis, Calif.. USA Keywords. Primate Rhesus monkey Notochord...
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Acta Anatomica (1979) 105 (2): 209–225.
Published Online: 09 July 2008
...William J. Doyle; Stewart R. Rood The primate nasopharynx-auditory tube-middle ear complex is being used by several researchers to model both normal and pathologic functions of the human auditory tube. An extensive search of the literature has indicated little detailed information on the primate...