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The silver pomfret (Pampus argenteus) is a widely distributed and economically important marine fish in the Indo‐Pacific. In this study, we acquired the second generation of wild P. argenteus by artificial breeding and further studied the testicular development and ultrastructure of...
The fat body is a tissue that originates from mesoderm in insects. It consists of several cell types. The basic cell of the fat body is trophocyte. Glycogen, protein and lipid which are required for energy are stored in these cells. Mycetocyte, urocyte, chromotocyte and haemoglobin cells are the...
The technique of oocyte vitrification remains a challenge in most animal species. The present study aimed to evaluate the effects of cumulus cell presence and L‐carnitine (LC) treatment during vitrification of selected immature oocytes by brilliant cresyl blue (BCB) staining on maturation and...
Sheep have been used as translational models of human postnatal testicular development. However, the morphometric features of the normal developing testis in sheep embryos have not been previously investigated using stereology. The objective of the present work was to establish normal...
Ultrasonography, a non‐invasive and useful technique, is used for the examination of Atlanto‐occipital space structural visualization. The collection of cerebrospinal fluid is more accurate and easier under ultrasound‐guided procedure. In this study, longitudinal and transverse views of the...
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