Conclusion: Prenatal exposure to retinoic acid significantly reduced the number of epithelioreticular cells and increased the size and the number of the Hassall's corpuscles
The fine structure of calcified Mandl's corpuscles
in teleost fish scales.
were detected in different amount by FAT showing that the virus was presented in various levels in cells and virus strains being compatible with qRT-PCR results, demonstrating the ability of these techniques to assess virus load and replication, as well as the high level of agreement between both techniques.
Morphometric investigations of the animals from this group (test 5) showed that the number of renal corpuscles
per field is 17.
of a sperm flagellum showing the 9+9+2 axoneme (ax), accessory bodies (ab), mitochondrial derivatives (large md1 and small md2), and the puff-like corpuscle
Mesocestoides corti: environmental cation concentration in calcareous corpuscles
Many encapsulated endings found in fascia are mechanoreceptors that respond to mechanical pressure or deformation, and include Golgi receptors, Pacinian corpuscles
, and Ruffini's corpuscles
Glen clarified that Meissner's corpuscles
, though little known at least in the US, are often the key to orgasms.
These observations were made before the era of modern microscopy - although indeed Hodgkin used an early microscope and described the biconcave nature of red blood corpuscles
Researchers found that mice lacking the proper version of a protein called c-Maf have deformed Pacinian corpuscles
, the vibration detectors that surround mouse bones (normal corpuscles
shown here ill a mouse's leg).
the testis communicates with the Wolffian duct via a sequential arrangement of vasa efferentia, renal corpuscles
, and efferent epididymal ducts; no longitudinal duct or afferent epididymal ducts were observed), many of which have not been described previously in other salamanders.
The nerve cells form long axons, which terminate in the skin in touch corpuscles
or at hair shafts.