2 edition of Development of the female genital tract in the American opossum found in the catalog.
Development of the female genital tract in the American opossum
James S. Baxter
Written in English
|Statement||by James S. Baxter ... With three plates and two text figures.|
|Series||Contributions to embryology -- vol. 25, no. 145|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||(15)-35, (1) p., 3 p.l. (2 col.) :|
|Number of Pages||35|
pathology of the female genital tract Download pathology of the female genital tract or read online books in PDF, EPUB, Tuebl, and Mobi Format. Click Download or Read Online button to get pathology of the female genital tract book now. This site is like a library, Use . According to National Geographic, more than 60 opossum species inhabit the United States, Mexico and Canada. Although 'possums appear to be large rodents, they are actually marsupials. Opossums are omnivores that live in habitats such as woodlands, farmlands and even residential areas. Differences between male and female opossums abound.
Development of the Prostate, Seminal Vesicles, and Urethral Sphincters. Prostate, Urinary Sphincters, and Seminal Vesicles: Structure and Function. Chapter Female Genital Tract and Urethra. Development of the Female Genital Tract and Urethra. Female Genital Tract, Urethra, and Sphincters: Structure and Function. Chapter Penis and Male. Abstract. The present study aimed at examining the gross and morphometry of the reproductive tract of the male bats (Eidolon helvum).Thirty male bats (adults and juveniles) were captured using net, weighed, aged using relative ossification of the wing bone, and dissected for gross logically, the mean body weight and forearm length in both adults and juveniles were g, cm and Cited by: 1.
A. Female genital mutilation (2) Female genital mutilation (FGM), or female circumcision as it is sometimes erroneously referred to, involves surgical removal of parts or all of the most sensitive female genital organs. It is an age-old practice which is perpetuated in many communities around the world simply because it is customary. On the other hand, treating female young with male hormone tended to inhibit development of the vaginal segment of the female reproductive tract and to cause the genital tubercle to develop into a penis (,1,3; ).
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Get this from a library. Development of the female genital tract in the American opossum. [James S Baxter]. The development of the female reproductive system requires an elaborate process. In females, reproductive organs divide into three main groups: gonads, reproductive ducts, and external genitalia.
The female reproductive system derives from four origins: mesoderm, primordial germ cells, coelomic epithelium, and mesenchyme. Since the publication of the 1/e inBlaustein's Pathology of the Female Genital Tract has consolidated its position as the leading textbook of gynecological pathology.
An essential reference for all pathologists and residents, this thoroughly updated Seventh Edition includes more than illustrations in color, informative tables and 22 revised chapters written by internationally recognized /5(8).
The female genital tract is formed by a complex series of events beginning in the fourth week of development. This process involves the formation of the gonads following germ cell migration from the yolk sac to the dorsal mesentery, formation and fusion of the müllerian ducts to create the uterine corpus and tubes, induction of squamous mucosa in the vagina and cervix, and a series of.
Baxter JS () Development of the female genital tract in the American opossum. Contrib Embryol 15–35 Google Scholar Beg MA, Qayyum MA () Anatomical and neurohistological observations on the tongue of 60 mm embryo of opossum, Didelphis marsupialis.
The main application of cytology to the female genital tract is in the early diagnosis of precancerous and cancerous lesions. Patients who have been treated for cervical cancer can be followed cytologically for response to radiation and recurrence of the by: 8.
This clear organization is applied throughout the book and allows the reader to quickly access key information in every chapter. Blaustein's Pathology of the Female Genital Tract remains the gold-standard reference for practicing pathologists and trainees, as well as for obstetric/gynecology practitioners and residents.
On the prenatal initiation of T cell development in the opossum Monodelphis domestica "Thymus-dependent lymphocytes (T cells) are a critical cell lineage in the adaptive immune system of all jawed vertebrates. In eutherian mammals the initiation of T cell development takes place prenatally and the offspring of many species are born relatively immuno-competent.
Possums (), by Carl G. Hartman. Possums is a page book consisting of a series of essays written about the Virginia opossum (Didelphis virginiana), the only living marsupial in the essays were written by Carl Gottfried Hartman, an embryologist at the Carnegie Institute of Washington (CIW), in Baltimore, Maryland, who also worked with another mammal, the rhesus monkey.
Female opossum with young in pouch With out a long-lasting and functional placenta, the young must be born early in their development after a short gestation period.
Marsupial young are basically embryos at birth. Once born, the young must climb with a swimming motion up the fur on the female’s adbomen and latch onto a teat. The anatomical aspects and biometry of the male genital system during the annual reproductive cycle were studied in fifty-one adult white-belly opossums (Didelphis albiventris Lund, ).Author: Elizabeth Brown Chase.
Nogueira JC () Anatomical aspects and biometry of the male genital system of the white-belly opossum Didelphis albiventris (Lund ) during the annual Cited by: 9. During the indifferent stage of sexual development, the urogenital tract of the embyro consists of two components: (1) two duct systems (wolffian and müllerian), derived from the mesonephros, and (2) the urogenital sinus and genital tubercle.
The development of the internal urogenital tract of the male involves regression and ultimate disappearance of the müllerian ducts as well as the growth and Cited by: Introduction.
The complex topic of female genital tract malformations should include malformations that affect the development and morphology of the Fallopian tubes, uterus, vagina and vulva, with or without associated ovarian, urinary, skeletal or other organ malformations; the topic should exclude the abnormalities of sexual determination [involving chromosomal alteration, male Cited by: opossum, these articles are scattered throughout a very diverse scientific literature with regard both to discipline and time.
Yet, in spite of its fascination by scientists, to the general public the opossum is perhaps one of the most misunderstood mammals native to the United States. EDITOR’S CORNER Congenital malformations of the female genital tract: the need for a new classiﬁcation system Grigoris F.
Grimbizis, M.D., Ph.D.,a and Rudi Campo, M.D.b a First Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Medical School, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Thessaloniki, Greece; and b European Academy of Gynecological Surgery and European Society of Gynecological.
Female 1, × 1,; MB. Female body with commercial body painting (2).jpg × 1,; KB.John Hobson ("Opossum Jack") & James Martin / produced by Stephan Williams Popinjay Publications Woden [A.C.T.] Wikipedia Citation Please see Wikipedia's template documentation for further citation fields that may be required.
Ambiguous genitalia constitute a rare phenotypic presentation of the urogenital system that can signal an underlying life threatening disorder. Thus, it is imperative to determine the etiology as quickly as possible when ambiguity is noted.
The formation of typical male or female external genitalia results from a number of genetic and physiological events starting with sex determination and Cited by: 4. Male Virginia opossums may grow to cm (40 inches) but average about 76 cm (30 inches) in total length (including the tail); females average about 72 cm (28 inches).
The size of a house cat, males average about 3 kg ( pounds), females about 2 kg ( pounds). The Virginia opossum is the only member of the genus that stores body fat, and older males may exceed 6 kg ( pounds) in the.
Male and Female Human Reproductive Genital Anatomy images/pictures/photos Everybody wonders what they’re made of, how their body fits together, and how it works, at some stage whilst growing up.
Some people need to learn this in more depth than others, but we are fascinating individuals. Although they look like a big rat, the opossum is North America’s only marsupial and is related to the Kangaroo and Koala.
A female gives birth twice a year, 13 days after conception, to 5 to 8 babies that remain in her pouch until able to walk around on their own by about 4 months of age.Observations on the motility of the opossum genital tract and the vaginal plug The maximum number of spermatozoa recorded in a female tract was approximately 72 x 10(3) spermatozoa/side (Day 5.