1 edition of The growth of organs in the albino rat as affected by gonadectomy found in the catalog.
Written in English
Reprinted from the Journal of experimental zoo logy, vol. 18, no. 1, January, 1915.
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Ethanolic extract of seeds of Bryonia laciniosa Linn was administered orally to groups of male albino rats at the dose levels of 50, , and mg kg−1 body weight per day for 28 days. The. Youssef et al. also confirmed serum cholesterol, triglycerides and LDL-c lowering properties of GC oil (25, 50 and 75 %) in albino rats. This could in part be due to the high copper content of GC (Zia-Ul-Haq et al. ) as it was known to have a blood cholesterol lowering effect.
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estrogen, affect these factors . It is well known that estrogen increases the vascularization in some organs (e.g. the uterus, the heart, and the brain) by releasing angiogenic factors and increasing their expressions in female rats and women . There are few and limited studies on the effect of testosterone on angiogenesis [ An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video. An illustration of an audio speaker. Audio An illustration of a " floppy disk. Full text of "The rat: data and reference tables for the albino rat (Mus norvegius albinus) and the Norway rat (Mus norvegius)".
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Article. Jun. Hatai, The growth of organs in the albino rat as affected by gonadectomy J. Exptl. Zool. () J.J. Lawless, Castration in the rat with and without removal of.
Hatai S () The growth of organs in the albino rat as affected by gonadectomy. J Exp Zool –67 Google Scholar McLean FC, Urist MR () Bone:. The growth of organs in the albino rat as affected by gonadectomy.
exp. Zool. 18, 1–67 () Postnatal growth and variability of the body and of the various organs in the albino rat. In mice of an inbred Japanese dd-strain, age changes in the thymus weight were studied for both sexes from 5 days until days of age.
Further studies were made on effects of gonadectomy on the thymus in both male and female mice which were gonadectomized at 35 days and days of age. The thymus grows markedly at the same rate in both sexes in early life until at about 35 days it.
8. Grunt, J.A. Effects of neonatal gonadectomy on skeletal growth and development in the rat. Endocrinology9. Grunt, J. Effects of adrenalectomy and gonadectomy on growth and development in the rat. EndocrinologyHarris, G. and S. Levine. Sexual differentiation of the brain and its experimental.
Author(s): Hatai,Shinkishi Title(s): The growth of organs in the albino rat as affected by gonadectomy/ Shinkishi Hatai.
Country of Publication: United States Publisher: Baltimore: Waverly,  Description: 46 p. ; 27 cm. Language: English MeSH: Animal Structures/growth & development; Castration; Rats, Wistar/growth & development* Notes: Cover title.
The effect of suprarenal insufficiency on reproduction and the oestrous cycle in the albino rat. Amer. Physiol (). Zawadowsky, M. M.: Die Äquipotentialität der Gewebe des Männchens und Weibchens bei Vögeln und Säugetieren. J.R. SlonakerThe effect of excision of different sexual organs on the development, growth, and longevity of the albino rat Am.
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•Unusually colored or albino rats were saved for show or •The cecum is a highly developed organ, large and thin walled. It has a rumen-like function (Vit B Production) for digestion of cellulose and has •Rat pups are born ( g, affected by litter size), eyes will open at days and ears at days.
They are hairless. by Hatai,2 etc., that the body-weight of the albino rat depends to some extend on the character of the food. Holt and Howland11 described in the book "Disease of infancy and childhood" that the growth is much modified by the kind of protein furnished in the food.
Boorman’s Pathology of the Rat: Reference and Atlas, Second Edition, continues its history as the most comprehensive pathology reference on rat strains for researchers across science and medicine using rat models in the laboratory.
It offers readers an added emphasis on the Sprague-Dawley and Wistar rat strains that is consistent with current. Koenig) aril powder level in diet on the growth and the well-being of albino Wistar rats. Afr. Food Sci, 10(9): Reeves, P. G., Nelsen F. H., Fahey G.
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Male albino rats given injections of carbamazepine over 3 months demonstrated decreased prostate weight and decreased sperm motility. These changes did not affect fertility.
Human. Idiopathic hepatotoxicity has been reported as a rare manifestation of chronic therapy and is not dose related. im of the work This work aimed to study the histological changes in rat hippocampus after experimentally induced orchiectomy and assess the possible beneficial role of testosterone replacement.
Materials and methods Thirty-five adult male albino rats were divided into control group (group I) and two experimental groups (groups II and III). Rats in groups II and III were subjected to.During puberty, humans develop a later chronotype, exhibiting a phase-delayed daily rest/activity rhythm.
The purpose of this study was to determine: 1) whether similar changes in chronotype occur during puberty in a laboratory rodent species, 2) whether these changes are due to pubertal hormones affecting the circadian timekeeping system.
Histopathological effects of cisplatin, doxorubicin and 5-flurouracil (5-FU) on the liver of male albino rats Hassan I El-Sayyad, 1, Mohamed F Ismail, 1 F M Shalaby, 1 RF Abou-El-Magd, 1 Rajiv L Gaur, 2 Augusta Fernando, 2 Madhwa HG Raj, 3 and Allal Ouhtit 1, 2.