2 edition of Biochemical studies on the oviduct of the domestic fowl. found in the catalog.
Biochemical studies on the oviduct of the domestic fowl.
Written in English
Thesis (Ph. D.)--The Queen"s University of Belfast, 1957.
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Abstract. 1. Homogenates of the magnum of the hen oviduct have been fractionated by differential centrifuging. 2. Centrifuging at g for 10min. gave a pellet containing most of the particulate material of the cell, but on washing this fraction some particles were removed from it. The washed g pellet contained most of the DNA of the homogenate. 3. Yu JY, Marquardt RR. Development, cellular growth, and function of the avian oviduct. Studies on the magnum during a reproductive cycle of the domestic fowl (Gallus domesticus). Biol Reprod. Apr; 8 (3)–
Numbers of studies have been done to understand the relationship in exotic breed [2–4], but studies on Indian native fowl (KN and AP) are lacking. So, this study described here attempted to know the age-related changes in hormonal concentration and biochemical composition in blood plasma of Indian native fowl. A protein transiently expressed in the neural precursors of developing tissues (TENP) was found to be present in emu (Dromaius novaehollandiae) egg white as one of the major proteins. Nucleotide analysis of its encoding cDNA revealed a sequence of amino acids including a 19 amino acid peptide signal. Phylogenetic analysis determined that emu TENP was clustered within the .
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Physiology and Biochemistry of the Domestic Fowl.D. Bell and B. Academic Press, New York, In three volumes. Vol. 1, xxii pp. + pp. Author: Alfred M. Lucas. Physiology and Biochemistry of the Domestic Fowl, Volume 4 (Physiology & Biochemistry of the Domestic Fowl) by Author Unknown (Author) ISBN ISBN X.
Why is ISBN important. ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book. The digit and digit. This study describes the distribution of vimentin, desmin, smooth muscle actin (SMA) and laminin in the oviduct of the laying domestic fowl.
Vimentin immunostaining was localised in the luminal epithelium of the infundibulum, magnum, magnum–isthmus junction and by: 3. We further present the macroanatomy, histology and ultrastructure of the oviduct in mature hens.
Data are mainly based on studies of the domestic fowl since these birds have been systematically studied. Only fundamental peculiarities of wild birds (as far as known) are mentioned in this chapter.
Avian egg white is essential for protecting and nourishing bird embryos during their development. Being produced in the female magnum, variability in hen oviduct gene expression may affect egg white composition in domestic chickens. Since traditional poultry breeds may represent a source of variation, in the present study we describe the egg white proteome (mass spectrometry) and corresponding Cited by: 2.
E.H. McNally, The origin and structure of the vitelline membrane of the domestic fowlâ€™s egg Poult Sci () R. Bellairs, M. Harkness, R.D. Harkness, The vitelline membrane of the henâ€™s egg: a chemical and electron microscopical study J.
The autosomal gene for naked neck in domestic fowl has been shown to be incompletely dominant. Heterozygotes characteristically have an isolated tuft. A comparative study of the changes of cellular components in each region of the domestic fowl (Gallus domesticus) oviduct during a reproductive cycle.
Canadian Journal of Physiology and Pharmacology, 50, Studies in boar suggest that this hormone is important for sperm transport to the site of fertilization in the oviduct probably due to the stimulation of uterine contractility 8,9.
Fujii, S., Histological and histochemical studies on the oviduct of the domestic fowl with special reference to the region of uterovaginal juncture. Arch. Histol. Jpn. Fujii, S., and T. Tamura, Location of sperms in the oviduct of the domestic fowl with special reference to storage of sperms in the vaginal gland.
Fac. Fish. Anim. The 6th edition of a well-known and much used standard text in the field. This book covers all aspects of the biochemical abnormalities caused by various diseases and how they relate to the biochemical changes in the blood, urine, cerebrospinal fluid, joint fluids, other body fluids and in cells.
The purpose is to provide the fundamental bases for understanding the biochemical changes. Burmester, A study of the physical and chemical changes of the egg during its passage through the isthmus and uterus of the hen's oviduct, Journal of Experimental Zoology, 84, 3, (), ().
Understanding avian egg cuticle formation in the oviduct: a study of its origin and deposition Physiology and Biochemistry of the Domestic Fowl, 3. biochemical and functional characterization of matrix proteins. Comptes Rendus Palevol. The study was performed on 15 cloaca of White leghorn (Gallus domesticus domesticus) birds for gross, histomorphological and histochemical studies.
The cloaca had three compartments demarcated by. Studies of the physiological basis for a genetic type of infertility in the domestic fowl. Ph.D. Thesis, Cornell University, Ithaca, N.Y. McBride, G., The inheritance of right oviduct development in the domestic hen.
Introduction. For internal fertilization to occur in the domestic fowl, sperm must ascend an oviduct that is often blocked by a nascent egg. Because of the time required for egg formation and a sphincter muscle between the shell gland and vagina, the oviduct is not patent during most of the time in which a clutch of fertilized eggs is laid.
FUJII, S. () Histological and histochemical studies on the oviduct of the domestic fowl with special reference to the region of utero-vaginal junction. Archives of Histology and Cytology Oka T, Schimke RT.
Interaction of estrogen and progesterone in chick oviduct development. Antagonistic effect of progesterone on estrogen-induced proliferation and differentiation of tubular gland cells. J Cell Biol. Jun; 41 (3)– [PMC free article] SOLOMON B. Nucleic acid content of the egg of the domestic fowl.
Histological and histochemical studies on the oviduct of the domestic fowl with special reference to the region of uterovaginal juncture.
Arch. histol. japon. – Fujii, S., and Tamura, T. Location of sperms in the oviduct of the domestic fowl with special reference to storage of sperms in the vaginal gland.
From a biochemical standpoint, the lipid composition Histological and histochemical studies on the oviduct.
The Maintenance of Spermatozoa in the Oviduct of the Domestic Fowl. salpingo-peritonitis in the domestic fowl by Lindgren (), the clinical study in pet psittacine and passerine birds by Hasholt () and surveys in domestic fowls by Valsala and Sivadas () and Singh et al.
(). Blackmore () also gave a good account of reproductive disorders in non-domesticated species, based mainly on the.The effects of 6‐hydroxydopamine (6‐OHDA) on adrenergic nerves in the domestic fowl have been investigated with ultrastructural and fluorescence histochemical methods.
2 6‐OHDA depletes the nerves of catecholamine, initially by displacing it from the storage vesicles. 6‐OHDA enters large as well as small vesicles, indicating that large.
Biosynthesis of δ-aminolevulinic acid and porphobilinogen in the domestic fowl (Gallus domesticus). Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology Part B: Comparative Biochemistry47 (4), DOI: /(74) Michael J.