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Deep-water fauna attached to clinker.A, the anemone Phelliactis robusta, from 2311 m in the Eastern Whittard Canyon, SW Ireland, taken during cruise JC10, Dive 65, of the HERMES project (Photo courtesy of P. Tyler, Uni. Southampton, and D. Masson, NOCS/NERC); B, the brachiopod Gryphus vitreus attached to clinker and to a scaphopod shell (Photo courtesy of Ariadna Mechò, ICM-CSIC). Photographof decellularized porcine dermis bonded with cAAPEGadhesive hydrogel and then fractured under lap shear after 2 h. Cohesivefailure is indicated by the presence of cAAPEG adhesive hydrogel (dark)on both fracture surfaces. Pièce opératoire prélevée chez un patient suivi pour carcinome adénoïde kystique trachéal au CHU Ibn Sina de Rabat (Maroc), 1997 é 2009, confirmant le développement endo et exo mural de la tumeur The experimental animals in this study.A, the fully-mature abalone (shell-length near 7 cm); B, the male individual (note the yellowish-white spermary); and C, the female individual (note the dark-violet ovary). Sensory patch and cranial neurogenic development is affected in Cwe/Cwe mice. (AâD) RNA in situ hybridisation for Bmp4 on E14.5 sections. (A) Bmp4 marks the developing cristae in control mice. (B) No Bmp4 expression is detected in Cwe/Cwe vestibular system. (C) In the wildtype cochlea, Bmp4 is expressed adjacent to the developing organ of Corti. (D) No Bmp4 expression was detected in Cwe/Cwe cochlea. (EâH) Immunolabelling for Sox2 on E14.5 sections. (E) In wildtype embryos Sox2 marks the all sensory patches including the cristae shown here and the vestibular ganglion (not shown). (F) Cwe/Cwe animals have normal Sox2 expression in the vestibular ganglion, but lack Sox2 in the vestibular epithelia. (G) In wildtype embryos Sox2 marks the developing organ of Corti and the acoustic ganglion. (H) No Sox2 positive cells were found in the severely truncated Cwe/Cwe cochlea. (IâL) Whole mount RNA in situ hybridisation for Jag1 and Bmp4 at E10.5. (I) In wildtype embryos, Jag1 was detected in an anterior and posterior expression domain in the otocyst (arrowheads). (J) Cwe/Cwe embryos lack Jag1 expression in the anterior and posterior patches of the otocyst. In contrast, a ventral expression was detected. (K) Bmp4 expression marks anterior and posterior patches in the wildtype otocyst (arrowheads). (L) In Cwe/Cwe embryos Bmp4 expression is absent in the otocyst. (MâP) Whole mount RNA in situ hybridisation for NeuroD at E10.5. (M, O) NeuroD expression marks all cranial neurogenic placodes including the olfactory placode (delineated), epibranchial and the vestibulo-acoustic placode (â). (N, P) Stage-matched Cwe/Cwe embryos have significant smaller NeuroD-expressing olfactory (delineated), epibranchial and vestibulo-acoustic (â) domains. Scale bar = 200 μm. ac, anterior crista; ba, branchial arch; bt, basal turn of cochlea; co, cochlea; ep, epibranchial; he, heart; lc, lateral cristal; ma, malleus; ot, otocyst; ta, tail; tg, trigeminal ganglion; ve, vestibule; vg, vestibular ganglion.
Eutypiosis symptoms. Eutypiosis symptoms on grapevine plantlets (A) as compared to control plants (B) 7 weeks after infection. Arrow indicates the point of infection to the infected cut stem which is shown in a close up on (C) to see typical necrosis caused by the disease. Immunohistochemistry shows that the tumor cells are negative for CD-117 (A) and CD-34 (B). Magnifications: 200Ã. Acellular porcine dermis Xe-Derma. Hydrated XD has properties similar to those of normal human skin. Light microscope images of avicularia of Brazilian species of Bugula uniserialis group.Close-up of avicularia, (A) Bugula biota n. sp., MZUSP 618, Paratype, São Paulo, Brazil, (B) Bugula ingens n. sp., MZUSP 627, Paratype, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, (C) Bugula rochae n. sp., MZUSP 631, Paratype, Paraná, Brazil, (D) Bugula gnoma n. sp., MZUSP 623, Paratype, Alagoas, Brazil. Sue Stevens
Sue Stevens 88Paridris invicta, sp. n. 42 Lateral habitus, male holotype (OSUC 236922) 43 Dorsal habitus, male holotype (OSUC 236922) 44 Head, anterior view, male holotype (OSUC 236922) 45 Wings, dorsal view, male holotype (OSUC 236922) Excise and reconstruct with Integra Dr. B.B. Joshi
A case of SLE with bullous lesions Gravity goniometer. Berries of Atropa belladonna
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