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Authors:Snježana Vuković, H. Lucić, H. Gomerčić, Martina Duras Gomerčić, T. Gomerčić, Darinka Škrtić, and Snježana Vurković
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Morphology of the lymphoid organs of the bottlenose dolphin, Tursiops truncatus
In the case of isotactic polypropylene (PP) as the matrix, the transcrystalline morphology is potentially complex because of the polymorphic nature of this polymer. Depending on the polymerization procedure, thermal history and use of different
Authors:C Ünsal, H Ünsal, M Ekici, E Koç Yildirim, AG Üner, M Yildiz, Ö Güleş, GS Ekren Aşici, M Boyacioğlu, M Balkaya, and F Belge
-induced stress. Ischemia-reperfusion events during aerobic training induce some changes in the intestinal morphology, contractile activity, and oxidative variables. These changes are associated with the type, severity, and duration of exercise ( 2 , 3 , 11
Authors:J. Szentpéteri, Sz. Szente, B. Szegő, and Sz. Stranczinger
Based on the original description,
genus is morphologically heterogeneous at currently accepted circumscription. Morphological investigations on flowers (concentrating on nectar secreting staminodes, stamina and stigmas) provided obvious segregation among studied
taxa. Along with the known and reinvestigated marks, four newly introduced morphological characters were suggested for the necessary taxonomic revision of
). Practically, just the similar evaluation and structure of fruits connects
, when numerous significant morphological characters separate the two groups. Since critical taxa with alpine, subalpine distribution were classified generically different under the name
(DC.) Schur, reconsideration of the genus is even stronger supported.
Authors:P. Fancsovits, Zsuzsa G. Tóthné, Á. Murber, F. Z. Takács, Z. Papp, and J. Urbancsek
First polar body (PB) morphology of human oocytes can indicate further embryo development and viability. However, controversial data have been published in this topic. Our retrospective study analyses the fertilization and further development of oocytes in relation to different morphological features of the first PB. The morphology of 3387 MII oocytes from 522 in vitro fertilization (IVF) treatments were assessed before intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI). Oocytes were classified according to their first PB morphology. Assessment of fertilization and embryonic development (cell number, embryo grade, amount of anuclear fragmentation and presence of multinucleated blastomeres) was performed 16-20 and 42-48 hours after ICSI. Our results show that fertilization rate and embryo quality is influenced by PB morphology, while speed of development is not affected by the morphology of the first PB. Contrary to previous findings, our results suggest that oocytes with a fragmented PB had a higher developmental ability than those with an intact PB. However, we observed a lower viability of oocytes with a large PB. Since there are contradictions in this and previous observations, an extensive study is needed with standard hormonal stimulation protocol and oocyte evaluation criteria.