4 edition of Ultrastructure of the Digestive Tract (Electron Microscopy in Biology and Medicine) found in the catalog.
February 1, 2007 by Springer .
Written in English
|Contributions||P. Motta (Editor), H. Fujita (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||272|
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The Ultrastructure of the Digestive Tract basically follows the same guidelines and style of the other books in the series and is an invited collection of selected contributions of authors from various laboratories active in the field of electron microscopy.
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Ultrastructure of the Extraparietal Glands of the Digestive Tract. Electron Microscopy in Biology and Medicine (Book 6) Share your thoughts Complete your review.
Tell readers what you thought by rating and reviewing this book. Rate it * You Rated it *Brand: Springer US. Abstract. Paradiplozoon homoion is a representative of blood-feeding ectoparasites from the family Diplozoidae (Polyopisthocotylea, Monogenea). Although these worms have been the subject of numerous taxonomical, phylogenetic and ecological studies, the ultrastructure of the alimentary system and related structures, as well as the mechanisms of Cited by: 8.
Ultrastructure of the gastro intestinal tract of healthy Japanese quail (Coturnix japonica) using light and scanning electron microscopy Author links open overlay panel Ngare Wilkinson a b Ivan Dinev c William J. Aspden a Robert J. Hughes b d e Ingrid Christiansen a James Chapman a Sheeana Gangadoo a b Robert J.
Moore b f g Dragana Stanley a bCited by: 2. Ultrastructure of the digestive tract of Paradiplozoon homoion (Monogenea) the ultrastructure of the alimentary system and related structures, as well as. Ultrastructure of the digestive tract inAcarus siro (Acari: Acaridida) Article (PDF Available) in Journal of Morphology (1) January with Reads How we measure 'reads'.
The conversion of food into metabolizable energy occurs in the gastrointestinal (GI) tract, which extends from the oral cavity to the anus. 3 The general morphology and histology of the digestive organs are conserved among mammals, 4 but animals differ interspecifically. 5,6 The main variations can depend on phylogeny, 7,8 diet, 9 and energy Cited by: 8.
A protein inside the ER is packaged inside transport vesicles that bud off the ER and then join to the Golgi apparatus. A transport vesicle containing the finished protein product then buds off the Golgi and travels to join with the plasma membrane, expelling the protein from the cell.
Buy Comparative anatomical studies on the digestive tract of vertebrates: Digestive tract, Insectivora, Chiroptera, Rodentia, Lagomorpha, Carnivora, Histology, Ultrastructure on FREE SHIPPING on qualified ordersAuthor: Neveen El Bakary. The gastrointestinal tract (digestive tract, alimentary canal, digestion tract, GI tract, GIT) is an organ system within humans and other animals which takes in food, digests it to extract and absorb energy and nutrients, and expels the remaining waste as mouth, esophagus, stomach and intestines are part of the gastrointestinal tract.
Latin: Tractus digestorius (mouth to anus), canalis. The stomach is a large cavity of the digestive tract between the esophagus and duodenum. The cardia is the name given to the esophageal opening whereas the pylorus is the duodenal orifice.
The exact shape and size of the stomach depends on the degree of filling (Fig. ).The stomach has a parietal surface, which lies against the diaphragm and liver, and a visceral surface in.
Epithelial lining - varies from wet stratified squamous to simple columnar (w or w/o brush border and goblet cells) 2. Lamina propria - loose CT w/small blood vessels, lymph vessels, lymph follicles, scattered lymphocytes, macrophages, few smooth muscle cells and glands.
see more details and substrate SDS-PAGE showed the presence of 14 ( kDa) and 8 ( kDa) bands, respectively in the digestive tissue extract.
The ultrastructure of the digestive tract digestive tract Subject Category: Anatomical and Morphological StructuresCited by: 3.
The body is able to absorb and utilize nutrients thanks to the actions of the digestive tract. The digestive tract is a tube-like muscular apparatus that responds to both sympathetic and parasympathetic stimulation in order to alter the rate at which food is processed.
This structure commences at the oral cavity, travels through the thoracic and abdominal cavities and. The structure of cells in the various parts of the mammalian digestive system is described and lavishly illustrated by means of electron micrographs.
It mainly refers to man and laboratory animals. References to the literature up to the end of are by: General Structure of the Digestive System.
The long continuous tube that is the digestive tract is about 9 meters in length. It opens to the outside at both ends, through the mouth at one end and through the anus at the other.
Although there are variations in each region, the basic structure of the wall is the same throughout the entire length of the tube.
List the accessory glands attached to the digestive tract by their ducts and describe their roles in digestion. Compare mucous and serous secretory cells in terms of their structure, staining, and secretions. Distinguish between the major salivary glands based on the content and distribution of serous and mucous cells.
Review: Introduction to the Digestive System. Here is what we have learned from Introduction to the Digestive System. The digestive tract includes the digestive tract and its accessory organs, which process food into molecules that can be absorbed and utilized by the cells of the body.
Pancreas is the major source for all the digestive enzymes. Amylase - digests starch. Various proteases. Lipase - digests fat. Ribonuclease - digests nucleic acids. Pancreas makes HCO 3-to neutralize the HCl from the stomach. transport of enzymes to small intestine Digestive enzymes of pancreas = exocrine = flows into small intestine via duct.
Structures of the digestive systemLarge intestine (colon) Remember the structures of the digestive system 15 Structures of the digestive system yo ur h eck g e C ow l ed kn Remember the structures of the digestive system 16 Define digestive tract. digestive tract synonyms, digestive tract pronunciation, digestive tract translation, English dictionary definition of digestive tract.
digestive tract A. mouth B. esophagus C. stomach D. large intestine E. small intestine F. rectum G. anus n. Ultrastructure Of. Ultrastructure Of The Digestive Tract English Hardcover Book Free Shipping. $ Pediatric Digestive. Pediatric Digestive Surgery By Lima New Fast Free Shipping- $ Pediatric Digestive.
Pediatric Digestive Surgery English Hardcover Book Free Shipping. The digestive system is an endoderm-derived structure that begins developing about the fourth week of embryogenesis. Around the 16th day of human development, the embryo begins to fold and the ventral surface becomes concave in two directions.
The sides of the embryo fold in on each other and the head and tail fold toward one another, forming. Journal of Applied Microbiology, ISSN11/, VolumeIssue 5, pp. - Ultrastructure of the Male Urogenital Glands: Prostate, Seminal Vesicles, Urethral, and Bulbourethral Glands The outstanding level of the contributions and the quality of the illustrations make this book, which has been compiled by some of the world authorities on the topic, a work of reference for students, scientists, and professionals.
As the title indicates, this is an atlas of the ultrastructure of the digestive system. All illustrations are electron photomicrographs, including a few of the surface microanatomy obtained by the scanning electron microscope.
Descriptions and physiological correlations are directed to the cellular Author: Erl Dordal. Histology of the lower digestive tract. Author: Lorenzo Crumbie MBBS, BSc • Reviewer: Dimitrios Mytilinaios MD, PhD • Last reviewed: The upper gastrointestinal (digestive) tract (GIT) has the responsibility of breaking food down from its macromolecular form, to its comprising monomeric units.
The digestive system is comprised of the alimentary canal, or the digestive tract, and other accessory organs that play a part in digestion—such as the liver, the gallbladder, and the pancreas. The alimentary canal and the GI tract are terms that are sometimes used interchangeably.
The alimentary canal is the long tube that runs from the. Genetics. By R. King. Oxford University Press, New York C $ This new text is designed for a begin- ning course in genetics, probably for college students.
Although much of the discussion is based on the time-honored drosophila melanogaster, the busy phy- sician will find certain parts of the book valuable to him in his dealing with pa- tients, especially. Organogenesis of the digestive system.
Histological structure of the digestive tract and accessory glands. Ontogeny of the digestive enzymes. Expression of digestive enzyme genes. Assessing the nutritional condition of fish larvae: histological Cited by: The ultrastructure of some gastrointestinal lesions in experimental animals and man.
Carr KE, Toner PG, McLay AL, Hamlet R. This has been a brief and necessarily selective review, covering only a few of the numerous experimental and diagnostic uses of electron microscopy in the field of by: 6. The digestive tract consists of the mouth, pharynx and digestive tube.
The structural modifications of the different regions of the digestive tract reflect their functional specificity: namely, mastication, a sense of taste, propulsion of foodstuffs, digestion, absorption and excretion.
Ultrastructure of the Digestive Tract (Electron Microscopy in Biology and Medicine). Find all books from P. Motta, H. Fujita. At you can find used, antique and new books, compare results and immediately purchase your selection at the best price. When established four years Brand: Springer-Verlag Gmbh.
Ultrastructure of the Digestive Tract. Find all books from P. Motta; H. Fujita. At you can find used, antique and new books, compare results and immediately purchase your selection at the best price. When established four years ago, the scope of this international series. Ultrastructure of Plant Cell-Walls Degraded by Anaerobic Fungi, Danny E.
Akin Interactions Between the Rumen Chytrid Fungi and Other Microorganisms, Alan G. Williams, Keith N. Joblin, and G. Fonty Effects of Diet on the Fungal Population of the Digestive Tract of Ruminants, G. Fonty and E.
Grenet The Nucleic Acids of Anaerobic Fungi, Alan G. The liver is an interface between the digestive system and the blood: the organ in which nutrients absorbed in the digestive tract are processed for use by other parts of the body. Most blood in the liver (70–80%) comes from the portal vein arising from the stomach, intestines, and spleen; the rest (20–30%) is supplied by the hepatic artery.
Author of An atlas of menopausal aging, Ultrastructure of reproduction, Basic and clinical hepatology, Ultrastructure of the male urogenital glands, Ultrastructure of the extraparietal glands of the digestive tract, Ultrastructure of skeletal tissues, Scanning electron microscopy of vascular casts, Color Atlas of Microscopic Anatomy.The digestive tract is a series of hollow organs joined in a long, twisting tube from the mouth to the anus.
It consists of the following: Mouth. Esophagus. Stomach. Small intestine. Large intestine (includes the colon and rectum) Anus. Organs that help with digestion, but are not part of the digestive tract, are the: Tongue.
Studying the histology of the digestive system will complement the study of its gross anatomy and provide the structural basis for learning digestive physiology in lecture.
In this lab, you will view the histology of selected regions from the gastrointestinal tract (GI tract) and several digestive system accessory organs.