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The amount of variation in size and morphology of Pacinian corpuscle is caused by different maturation stages.
of a sperm flagellum showing the 9+9+2 axoneme (ax), accessory bodies (ab), mitochondrial derivatives (large md1 and small md2), and the puff-like corpuscle (arrow).
In this case the nonlinear interaction and dispersive effect occur simultaneously in the dynamical equation, the deformational effect of nonlinear interaction on the wave can suppress its dispersive effect, thus dynamic Equation (5) have a soliton solution [29-30], which has both wave and corpuscle feature.
Prediction of the maximum size in Wicksell's corpuscle problem.
Character 7: Renal corpuscle within the epididymal complex: A renal corpuscle is present (state 0).
The effects of supplemental fermented agro by-products diet on the blood corpuscle and plasma chemical composition in fattening pigs (1) Items Treatments (2) C T1 Blood corpuscle Leukocytes ([10.
The disruption of the renal tubules together with the renal corpuscles was bound to hamper tubular reabsorption and glomerular filtration (Farag et al.
Mechanoreceptors are the units that convert tactile stimuli into neuron excitations and are of two types: static--Ruffini corpuscles and Merkel receptors and dynamic--Meissner cells and Pacini corpuscles.
According to the group, "once the artificial bone is implanted, the human bone corpuscle grows and "scrambles" into the man-made biological structure.
Inoue and other researchers at the university are expected to take samples of nuclear DNA from the tissues to analyze human leucocyte antigen, a pattern of white blood corpuscle.
Laplace calculated that the Moon would approach the Earth at the rate Halley had deduced if the gravitational corpuscle traveled 7 million times faster than light.
This division was founded on the belief that in the Periplocaceae the pollen tetrads are loosely deposited on scooplike translators attached to a soft, sticky, somewhat amorphous viscidium, whereas in the remainder of the Asclepiadaceae the pollen is gathered into pollinia and attached to a cliplike corpuscle.