Ghosh AR (1991) Arsenic and cadmium toxicity in the alimentary canal
and digestion of two Indian air-breathing teleosts Notopterus notopterus (Pallas) and Heteropneustes fossilis (Bloch).
nigra Color of living animals Black and shiny Tunic Smooth Oral siphon Bent dorsally, 8-10 lobes, usually not visible in living animals Atrial sphon Anterior to the middle of the body Right side Longitudinal transverse, and oblique fibers; longitudinal musculature wider and running toward both the endostyle and the posterior region Peripharyngel groove Both laminas smooth Pharyngeal papillae Absence of intermediate papillae Alimentary canal
Occupies more than 2/3 of the left side; intestinal loop at the level of the base of the atrial siphon P.
Fine structure of the alimentary canal
of the larval blow fly Chrysomya megacephala (Diptera: Calliphoridae).
Comparative anatomical and histological study of the alimentary canal
of Dendroctonus parallelocollis, D.
Aberrant luminal recanalization' has been discussed as a possible cause in which a portion of alimentary canal
may get solidified followed by recanalization4.
That said, the ins and outs of a child's alimentary canal
don't make for breathtaking cinematic excitement, even with breaks for grocery story runs,.
While not as photogenic, the utilitarian act of eating, including food consumed, and on the other end of the alimentary canal
, food depleted, is fraught with danger and remains extremely central.
Here's the strategy: your alimentary canal
needs to be scoured until it's as clean as a whistle.
coli cells, as determined by cellular integrity along with GFP expression, were viewed using microscopy, and their location in the alimentary canal
The alimentary canal
from the esophagus to the anus was extracted.
The virtual tour, enhanced by computer animation, covers the skeletal, nervous, muscular, cardiovascular, urinary, respiratory, and digestive systems, as well as the alimentary canal
and the nature of the five senses.
While many of these disorders are primarily associated with organs such as the liver, pancreas and gall bladder--all of which play a crucial role in the digestive process--plenty of them are centered in the alimentary canal
, the long tube leading from a cat's mouth to its anus.