Botrylloides leachii WBR has been reported to start with the healing of the injury sites to prevent further hemolymph loss, followed by the compaction of the marginal ampullae
toward the center of the remaining matrix.
of the vas deferens, interstitial and intraluminal inflammatory infiltrate (Figure 8(d)), mild to severe diffuse mononuclear interstitial infiltrate, multifocal neutrophilic intraepithelial infiltrate, and glandular hyperplasia were observed.
The response of the ampullae
of Lorenzini of elasmobranchs to electrical stimulation.
The reproductive cycle was studied by analyzing the monthly variation in the proportion of spermatophore-bearing females and males with terminal ampullae
filled with sperm masses.
Main Concept: (See Level D.) Some electroreceptive animals sense electric charges with sensors called Ampullae
The contents of the inner ear are removed, including the otolithic organs, especially the utricle with its attached ampullae
beneath the horizontal fallopian canal.
Mary Magdalen from Bethany to Vezelay; a relic exhibition at Aachen that included the shift that the Virgin had worn on the night of the nativity and Christ's swaddling-bands; ampullae
filled with a solution of the blood of Thomas Becket, which could effect cures.
These senses include (1) smell and taste (chemoreception); (2) vision (photoreception); (3) hearing, touch, and a lateral line system (mechanoreception); and (4) ampullae
of Lorenzini (electroreception).
It includes not only generous annotations, but also two appendices (one on ampullae
portraying Thecla, another on the popularity of Thecla as a woman's name in late antique Egypt), over thirty pages of maps and photographs, and a full bibliography.
While receptor hair cells in the ampullae
of the semi-circular canals respond to rotatory or angular acceleration of the head, the utricle and saccule (collectively referred to as the `otoliths') respond to linear acceleration (including linear acceleration by gravity).
Oil from the lamps which burned at this site was highly prized by pilgrims as an eulogia or "blessing," and they carried it away in small metal phials known as ampullae
. A number of these are today preserved in the cathedral treasury at Monza in Italy, their exteriors decorated with images of the Crucifixion and the Anastasis shrine.