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The Sea Urchin: Proceedings of the Workshop at the ...
However, the functions of thyroxine in sea urchin metamorphosis, such as stimuli,
receptors, effectors and responses, are unknown. Gin in sea urchin larvae
increases by feeding of algae, C. gracilis (Fig. 7) and the larval facility for
histolysis in ...
A Dictionary of Entomology
At tissue level of organization, Histology involves 2 phases: Histolysis and
Histogenesis. Tissue preparation involves fixation, embedding, sectioning and
staining. See Morphology. Cf. Organography; Histogenesis; Histolysis. Rel.
Advances in Insect Physiology
In the wing-dimorphic cricket, Modicogryllus confirmatus, either natural shedding
or experimental removal of the hindwings is followed by flight muscle histolysis
and increased egg production. Application of methoprene to either intact or ...
Principles of Regenerative Medicine
Histological studies indicate, however, that there is little histolysis and the few
cells that are liberated from their ECM appear not to dedifferentiate. Compared to
urodeles, the lack of histolysis and dedifferentiation is correlated with an AEC that
Anthony Atala, Robert Lanza, James A. Thomson, 2010
Regenerative Biology and Medicine
Histolysis The cells that form the blastema, whether they are stem cells or are
derived by dedifferentiation, are released from their tissue organization by
degradation of the extracellular matrix (ECM), a process called histolysis. All of
the tissues ...
The anatomy, physiology, morphology and development of the ...
In the Lepidoptera the phenomena of histolysis are partly carried out in the larva
and partly in the nymph, whilst in the Diptera they are completed in a much
shorter time, and a new stage of development becomes manifest. In the
But the actively dividing imaginal buds might be expected to show, like
embryonic tissues, a high metabolic rate. The old controversy as to the method of
histolysis, whether by autolysis or by phagocytosis, has little interest for the
Insect Ecology: Behavior, Populations and Communities
However, once the bugs fly from terrestrial overwintering sites to ponds where
they breed, flight muscles undergo histolysis, with the large energy source
contributing to costly egg production. The species differ in both timing and rate of
Peter W. Price, Robert F. Denno, Micky D. Eubanks, 2011
Behaviour and Evolution
1 0.2 - 0 £ 0.1 - 0.0 0 decreased macroptery lines E3 unselected controls ffl
increased macroptery lines I None Partial Complete Degree of wing muscle
histolysis Fig. 2.8. Effect of selection for incidence of macropters on histolysis of
Peter J. B. Slater, Tim R. Halliday, 1994
Principles of Regenerative Biology
HISTOLYSIS. During a typical wound healing process, the epithelial cells may
engage in activities other than those directly connected with covering the wound.
Prominent among these activities is phagocytosis. Two varieties of phagocytic ...
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Despite metamorphosis, moths hold on to memories from their days …
... brain stimulates the release of enzymes which dissolve most of its tissues into their constituent proteins through a process called histolysis. «Phys.Org, ago 14»