TENDENCIES OF USE OF THE TERM «NUCLEOPLASMATIC»
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The Nucleoplasmatic Ratio This expression was originally introduced by R.
Hertwig, who in 1903 suggested that there was a definite relation between the
mass of the nucleus and the mass of the cytoplasm. "The diminution of the
nuclear mass ...
Issues in Radiation Biology and Toxicology Research: 2011 ...
In control smokers we found a significant negative correlation between B-Pb
concentration and frequency of nucleoplasmatic bridges, and nuclear division
index. In control non-smokers a significant positive correlation was observed only
The common nucleoplasmatic matter contains a certain amount of connective
tissue. The encapsulated corpuscles predominate over the spray-like endings in
the ratio of 1 : 1.2. Domestic goat (Capra hircusj. In the two animals investigated
Scientia agriculturae Bohemoslovaca
The authors revealed that the concentration of nuclei expressed as the
nucleoplasmatic ratio reached its maximum in the age of 2 months; then it
showed gradual decrease. M o - rozova (1964) compared the nucleoplasmatic
ratio in the ...
The interpretation given by Geyger-Duszynska (1961), assuming the expulsion of
the nucleoplasmatic island with the S-chromosomes (our S-chromosome
compartment) through a bursting and instantly healing nuclear envelope, is in ...
Autoimmune Diseases of the Skin: Pathogenesis, Diagnosis, ...
... in interphase cells, strong centro- meric dots decorated in the metaphase plate
G Nucleolar: strong homogeneous nucleolar staining with usually weak
homogenous nucleoplasmic staining H Nuclear dots: nucleoplasmatic coarse
Advances in Endocrine System Research and Application: 2011 ...
The nucleoplasmatic proportion of the nucleus of the Leydig cell was 76.22%,
indicating less cytoplasmic activity. Eight generations of spermatogonia were
found. The spermatogenesis efficiency in meiosis and in mitosis was 63 and 49%
Nuclein Metabolism of the Chick Embryo 1 1 46 10-2. The Nucleoplasmatic Ratio
1150 10-3. Nuclein Synthesis in Developing Eggs 1 156 10- 4. Creatinine,
Creatine, and Guanidine H59 Section 11. Fat Metabolism 1163 I I • 1 . Fat
Chromosomes: Advances in Research and Application: 2011 Edition
In human mammary epithelial cells, different types of abnormal nuclear
morphologies were observed, however only nucleoplasmatic bridges and buds
increased significantly with population doublings. Fluorescent in situ
hybridisation using ...
One critique emphasized that nucleoplasmatic disharmony tends to limit the
hereditary omnipotence of genes. In sexual reproduction, although each parent
supplies half of the genes, the mother supplies the egg cytoplasm. Now, the fact