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On the development and shape of uriniferous tubules of certain of the higher mammals.
Gotthelf Carl Huber
Written in English
|Statement||By G. Carl Huber.|
|Series||The American journal of anatomy,, v. 4, supplement|
|LC Classifications||QL801 .A4 vol. 4|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||98|
|LC Control Number||39018035|
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On the development and shape of uriniferous tubules of certain of the higher mammals ANITA APERIA, LARS LARSSON, Correlation between fluid reabsorption and proximal tubule ultrastructure during development of the rat kidney, Acta R.
Bensley, The functions of the differentiated parts of the uriniferous tubule in the mammal, American Cited by: 1 On the Development and Shape of Uriniferous Tubules of Certain of the Higher Mammals. Introduction; Material; Method; Anlage and Early Stages of Development of the Metanephros; Renal Vesicles; Development of the Collecting Tubules and their Relation to the Renal Vesicles; Differentiation of the Renal Vesicles.
On the development and shape of uriniferous tubules of certain of the higher mammals. Carl Huber. Histological Laboratory of the University of Michigan. Search for more papers by this author. Carl Huber.
Histological Laboratory of the University of by: Download PDF: Sorry, we are unable to provide the full text but you may find it at the following location(s): (external link) http Cited by: shape of the uriniferous tubules of the higher mammah.1 In this study, as projected, it was purposed to reconstruct the excre- tory tubules of the pronephros and mesonephros of certain of the lower vertebrates, including amphibia, and the metanephric tubules of certain.
uriniferous: [ u″rĭ-nif´er-us ] transporting or conveying urine. Obesity, growth and development. /ajhb BOOK REVIEWS On the development and shape of uriniferous tubules of certain higher mammals. Notes on the Wolffian body of higher mammals. On the development and shape of uriniferous tubules of.
certain of the higher mammals. Am J Anat 4(Suppl) Discussions focus on the morphogenesis of transient kidneys, physiology of the fetal nephron, renal malformations, vascularization of the kidney, uriniferous tubules, and innervation of the kidney. The book then examines the histochemistry of the kidney and ultrastructure of.
Effect of normal development on compensatory renal growth. in the diseased kidney of the dog J Lab Clin Invest () 20 C.C.
Huber, On the development and shape of uriniferous tubules of certain higher mammals Am J Anat Suppl 4: () 21 M. Arataki, On the postnatal growth of the kidney, with special reference to the number. PubMed Google Scholar Huber, C. () On the development and shape of uriniferous tubules of certain higher mammals.
The nephroneogenic repair in fish and renal development in mammals proceed through similar stages, suggesting that conserved gene products mediate these similar molecular events. On the development and shape of uriniferous tubules of certain of the higher mammals. Am J Anat.
Suppl: Notes on the Wolffian body of higher mammals. Am J. ON THE DEVELOPMENT AND SHAPE OF URINIFEROUS TUBULES OF CERTAIN THE HIGHER MAMMALS. BY G. CARL HU33ER. From the Histological Laboratory of the University of Michigan. WITH 24 FIQURES. As is well known, the excretory system of the amniota develops as a series of distinct organs, the pronephros, the mesonephros, and the meta.
Part of the Atlas of Anatomic Pathology book series (AAP) development and patterning. Development. ;– PubMed CrossRef Google Scholar. Fine LG. William Bowman’s description of the glomerulus.
Am J Nephrol. ;– On the development and shape of uriniferous tubules of certain of the higher mammals. Am J Anat. On the development and shape of uriniferous tubules of certain of the higher mammals. Patterns of mRNA expression during early growth differ in kidney epithelial cells destined to undergo compensatory hyperplasia versus regenerative hyperplasia.
Development of mammalian kidney is particularly intriguing because nephrogenesis involves the reciprocal induction of two distinct embryonic tissues: the Wolffian duct-derived ureteric bud and the metanephrogenic mesenchyme.
On the development and shape of uriniferous tubules of certain higher mammals. Normal and Abnormal Development of. The remaining segment of urinary tubule (renal tubule) is divided into proximal convoluted segment (which further divides into segment I and segment II), the intermediate and distal segments (Fig.
a, b, c). The distal segment is absent in marine fishes. The segment of Henle found in higher vertebrates is also absent in the fishes. Birds and mammals acquired a new morphological structure, the loop of Henle, whose tubules constitute the main element of the renal medulla.
The human kidneys are bean-shaped organs situated on the posterior abdominal wall on both sides of the spinal column, usually extending from the level of the 12th thoracic vertebra to the level of the. Assisted Reproductive Technology. Stem cells. Molecular. Because of the ease of its recognition, polycystic disease of the kidney has been of medical interest at least since the sixteenth century.
1 Morgagni, 2 about a hundred years later, observed and described the "hydatids" which he found in several cadavers he had dissected. He noted that some of these "hydatids" were single, while others occurred as pairs or in larger numbers, and that some.
Kidney tubules are more or less convoluted microscopic ductules which collect fluid from the glomeruli & lead to one of the longitudinal ducts. 11/27/ 38 When glomeruli are few in number, as in lower fishes, tubules are likewise few. When glomeruli are very numerous, as in higher vertebrates, tubules are numerous.Nephron, functional unit of the kidney, the structure that actually produces urine in the process of removing waste and excess substances from the blood.
There are about 1, nephrons in each human kidney. Learn more about the structure and function of nephrons in this article. Original title: “Studies of the Structure of the Seminiferous Tubules and the Development of Spermatozoids in Mammals and Humans”; presented to the school of medicine in pursuit of the Venia Decendi (comparable to the current Associate Professor rank) by Dr.
Victor von Ebner, Assistant at the Physiological Institute of Graz, Leipzig Germany.