Accordingly, it was anticipated that particle dose in more complex acinus
should be orientationally insensitive too.
Each serous acinus
was determined randomly by systematic sample method, moving the microscope stage left to right, in a stepwise way.
Among these transition males, a single specimen (Idas 6, Table 1) contained some acini in the dorsal region where oogonia were observed at the periphery along with spermatids, where both gametes were present within the same single acinus
cells are with clear nuclei, chromatin is finely divided.
These cells formed a thick band around the periphery of each acinus
and spermatozoa began to accumulate in the lumina of acini [ILLUSTRATION FOR FIGURE 1B-D OMITTED].
Mercer has used serial section reconstruction to make the first precise measurements of some of the lung's tiniest structures, such as an acinus
- a cluster of alveoli vented by a single airway.
The terminal portion (adenomere) present in the PG has an acinus
(spherical) shape, and is comprised of pure serous cells with a small central lumen.
3A, B), where spermatogonia lays adjacent to the acinus
wall and spermatocytes lay near the inner of the wall, followed by spermatids and spermatozoa, located toward the center of the acinus
These include rigid arches, cribriform spaces, and bulbous papillae involving the acinus
entirely or focally.
In 1960 Emery and Mithal introduced the radial count method, which assesses the complexity of the terminal respiratory unit (Acinus
Pancreatic secretory granule membrane GP2 is a 78 kDa glycoprotein, synthesized in the exocrine part of the pancreas by the acinus
It is also suggested that minute channels are present between the demilunes cells and the mucous cells, which join with the lumen of the acinus