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Carbohydrate histochemistry of the alimentary canal of the shi drum, Umbrina cirrosa.
Senapati T, Mukherjee AK, Ghosh AR (2012) Observations on the effect of Almix 20WP herbicide on ultrastructure (SEM) in different regions of alimentary canal of Anabas testudineus (Cuvier).
0013 -- -- Prokaryotic inclusions NA -- -- Total Nematopsis NA NA NA Nematopsis, body tissue only NA NA NA Nematopsis, mantle tissue only NA NA NA Nematopsis, gill tissue only NA NA NA Ciliates, alimentary canal NA -- -- only Ciliates, gill tissue only NA -- -- Haplosporidians NA NA NA Perkinsus marinus NA NA NA Trematode sporocysts NA -- -- Nematodes -- NA NA Cestodes NA NA NA Trematode metacercariae -- 0.
The alimentary canal occupies half of the left side and is covered by numerous renal vesicles.
Lack of standardized terminology for or clear demarcation between these different regions of the alimentary canal may explain why so much literature on Phasmatodea anatomy appears contradictory (Table 1), and complicates efforts to compare digestive tracts across orders.
The alimentary canal and nervous system of Curculionoidea (Coleoptera): Gross morphology and systematic significance.
Based on the symptoms and investigations, the differential diagnosis of Meckel's diverticulum and alimentary canal duplication cyst was made.
The alimentary canal is classic Roach terrain: the questions inspired by our insides are as taboo, in their own way, as the cadavers in Stiff, and every bit as surreal as the universe of zero gravity explored in Packing for Mars.
Detection of VP3 with the antibody preparation using whole worker ants was observed, however, the response was less clear compared with alimentary canal preparations.
For example, in his paper on diverticula of the alimentary canal, published in 1910, Sir Arthur Keith could only find seven examples of colonic diverticula in the pathological museums of all the London teaching hospitals and the Hunterian Museum, of which he was curator.
The greatest variety of these genes can be found in the alimentary canal and the mouth; the least diverse variety can be found in the vagina.