callosus

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Morphological changes in the vaginal epithelium during the oestrous cycle of Calomys callosus (Rodentia, Cricetidae).
To the north and south of the sampling locations, on three locations (Piazzi Island, Low Island and Caleta Olla) we observed four animals infested by two kinds of parasites; the rhizocephalan cirriped Briarosaccus callosus (1-2 parasites per crab) and the isopod P.
Effect of Toxoplasma Gondii Infection on trophoblast cell population in Calomys callosus, a model of congenital toxoplasmosis.
and Densoisporites complicatus) and two (02) palynomorph species belonging to two monolete form genera viz; Laevigatosporites callosus and Lunulasporites vulgaris.
Anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial activities of triterpenoids from Strobilanthes callosus Nees.
Alobar holoprosencephaly is the most severe form where cerebral hemispheres are fused resulting in a single ventricular cavity with fusion of thalami, absence of corpus callosus, falx cerebri, optic tracts and olfactory bulbs14.
Etymology: From Latin callosus, -a, -um (like a callus), referring to the oviscape with callus-like subapical convexity.
Destruction of myofibrilar proteins in cardiac muscle of Calomys callosus chronically infected whit Trypanosoma cruzi and treated with immunosuppressive agent.
Segun Ferro & Bevilacqua, (1994), en el roedor Calomys callosus, la degeneracion epitelial parece ser un proceso apoptotico, estableciendo rapidamente areas rodeadas por el trofoblasto.
Central African (Nile grass rat) Republic Classic New World Arenaviruses Junin virus Calomys masculinus Argentina (corn mouse), Akodon azarae (grass field mouse), Bolomys obscurus (dark field mouse) Machupo virus Calomys callosus Bolivia (vesper mouse) Guanarito virus Sigmodon alstoni Venezuela (cane mouse) Sabia virus Unknown Brazil Selected Less Common New World Arenaviruses Tacaribe virus Artibeus spp.
Condition factors were significantly lower in male blue and golden king crabs parasitized by the rhizocephalan Brairosaccus callosus (Hawkes et al.