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The regenerating tail blastema of lizards appears immunesuppressed, and the distribution of hyaluronate, a possible agent of immunesuppression, is evaluated. Transcriptome data show upregulation of genes stimulating hyaluronate production in the tail and limb blastemas. The distribution of...
The role of allometry in producing the variation in autopodial morphology observed among the lizards is not well understood. Allometry of metapodial and digit lengths in the manus and pes of the primitively padless gekkotan (Eublepharis macularius) is explored using maximum‐likelihood...
Unlike other migratory salamanders, Hynobius kimurae moves to aquatic hibernacula during fall. Does submergence into water during fall induce changes in physiological and morphological traits? We investigated whether such changes occur in both sexes from the entrance into the water (November) to...
The aim of the study was to describe the morphology of the upper, lower and third eyelid and characterize the organized lymphoid follicles and diffuse lymphocytes from ornamental and wild birds. The goal of these examinations was also to identify avian conjunctiva‐associated lymphoid tissue...
Koi scale epidermis contains large intra‐epidermal bodies (IEBs). IEBs are dynamic and circular structures that form in low frequency within the epidermis. During formation, an IEB pulls down the microridge‐laden surface layer, which takes on a creased or wrinkled appearance. After the IEB...
An account is given of an unusual new species of freshwater planarian from the Hartz Mountains in Tasmania, Australia, Romankenkius flaccidus Sluys, sp. nov. The species is characterized, among other features, by an asymmetrical penis papilla, an extremely large, elongated copulatory bursa, and...
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