10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «ATRESIC»
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Laboratory Production of Cattle Embryos
... colour. possibly the result of lipid-droplet accumulation and the clustering of
organelles. The high developmental potential shown by these oocytes is in
keeping with what is now understood about early atresic stages (Salamone et al..
Scallops: Biology, Ecology and Aquaculture: Biology, Ecology ...
Histological section of acini containing mature oocytes (mo) and atresic oocytes
beginning lysis (ao). Figure 3.26.2. Histological section of gonad showing
caracteristic “jigsaw puzzle" shape of oocytes in mid-atresia. Figure 3.26.3.
Sandra E. Shumway, Jay G.J. Parsons, 2011
Lecture Notes: Biomedical Science
Atresic. follicles. Follicular development may cease at any stage, which could
reflect the fact that only the most viable follicles develop to ovulation. The precise
appearance of atresic follicles varies enormously, depending on stage of ...
Guide to Pediatric Urology and Surgery in Clinical Practice
Surgical treatment involves creating an anastomosis between the proximal and
distal duodenum without disturbing the atresic or stenotic segment as the
common bile duct commonly enters the bowel here (duodenoduodenostomy) (
Prasad Godbole, Martin Koyle, Duncan T. Wilcox, 2010
Kinzelbach (1931) made crosses between a normal sow and an atresic boar and
obtained 15 normal (5 c? 10 9 ) : 1 atresic cf . In crosses between two atresic
animals he got 7 normal : 4 atresic in Fi and 28 normal : 9 atresic in F2. One
Reginald Ruggles Gates, 1946
Mosby's Dictionary of Medicine, Nursing and Health ...
—atresic, atretic, adj. Atresia of the right external ear (Zitelli and Davis, 2007) -
atresia, suffix meaning a 'condition of abnormal occlusion' or congenital absence
of an opening: gynatresia, urethratresia. atresic teratism /atré'sik/ [Gk, a, trésis + ...
Peter Harris, Sue Nagy, Nicholas Vardaxis, 2009
Diarylheptanoids—Advances in Research and Application: 2013 ...
... the number of follicles showing early atresic features was high 3 h after Rd. On
the other hand, analysis of mice ovary 12 h after exposure to Rd showed that the
number of follicles containing apoptotic cells with advanced atresic features 22.
Mosby's Pocket Dictionary of Medicine, Nursing & Health ...
atresic, atretic, adj. atresic teratism /atré'sik/ [Gk, a + tresis + tera, monster], a
congenital anomaly in which any of the normal openings of the body fails to form.
atrial complex, the P wave of the ECG, representing electrical activity of the atria.
Pattern Recognition and Image Analysis: 5th Iberian ...
Black: alveoli corticales (AC); blue: hydrated (HID); red: vitelline (V); green:
atresic (AT). Lower panels: Digital images of oocytes. Left: oocyte. Center:
maximum rectangle of oocyte (389×292 pixels). Right: result of applying the
Mirror Expand ...
Jordi Vitria, João Miguel Sanches, Mario Hernández, 2011
Issues in Genitourinary Medicine: 2013 Edition
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We present a patient with urethral duplication in which the orthotopic urethra was
patent in the penile segment but atresic in the bulbar and prostatic segment.