adenomere


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adenomere

[‚ad·ən′ō·mir]
(embryology)
The embryonic structure which will become the functional portion of a gland.
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In all the species studied, the salivary glands are composed of clusters of epithelial tissue immersed in connective tissue, presenting two portions: the terminal portion (adenomere) (area of saliva production) and ducts (Fig.
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.
A characteristic picture of this organ was observed in the untouched mice: branched adenomere was filled with the secretion.
where CAA is the coverage area of the individual adenomeres ([micro][m.sup.2]), and TCA is the total coverage area of the image ([micro][m.sup.2]).
(26), also reported changes in the submandibular gland, such as a reduction in glandular mass, hypotrophy of the adenomeres and an increase in the number of ducts after induction of hyperphagia by injury to the ventromedial nucleus of the hypothalamus.
Analysis of proventricular histological sections indicated that the submucosa contaided parasitic structures which pressed and atrophied the adenomeres adjacent to the parasite (Fig.
CUADRO 2 Variacion entre las fases del desarrollo gonadal de IG e IL en los adenomeros de la glandula digestiva TABLE 2 Variation between phases of gonadal development in the IG and IL adenomeres digestive gland Estadio I G (%) I L (%) D.
The size of adenomeres was 24.81 [+ or -] 8.08 [micro]m.
ABSTRACT We evaluated indicators of quality for female gonads (ovary and oocytes), male gonads (testis and seminal tubules), and selected somatic tissues (fiber packages in the adductor muscle and adenomeres in the digestive gland) that participate in reproduction of the pearl oyster Pinctada mazatlanica.