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Blood corpuscle parameters (e.g., WBC, RBC, HGB, HCT, MCV, and MCH) are the main blood components of hematopoiesis, and are important in the diagnosis, treatment, and assessment of the physiological status of ruminants [23].
(C) Section of neoplastic tissue where numerous lymphocytes and epithelial cells forming Hassall's corpuscle (asterisks) are noted (hematoxylin and eosin, bar = 200 [micro]m).
have in their composition a vegetable corpuscle, analogous to the corpuscle of the blood; this corpuscle, of vegetable origin, becomes incorporated with a mass of the circulating life-giving fluid, and IMPARTS A FERMENTATIVE POWER which occasions the blood to throw out all infective, poisonous, or peccant matters, thereby entirely purifying the whole volume of blood in the circulation.
(2) FA mechanoreceptors can be divided into Meissner corpuscles and Pacinian corpuscles, being the first one related to low (30 Hz) and the later one to high (200 Hz) vibration frequencies.
Liu, Simulation Model of Pacinian Corpuscle for Haptic System Design, [M.S.
This connection cannot be made otherwise than in the phasic component of the wave, which is to be found in the spin of the particle and which allows for the transfer of information from the spectral reality to the corpuscle one, as the Fourier transform demonstrates.
Histopathologic features of PN usually show typical round or ovoid corpuscle, with pale concentric pacinian corpuscle-like lamellar structure attached to myxoid matrix.
Within every peptide, quark and corpuscle is a yearning for good.
According to local media reports, a team of scientists at the Riken Center for Developmental Biology in Kobe soaked lymph corpuscle taken from 7-day old mice into mildly acidic liquids for about 30 minutes and cultured them to transplant into mice, where they developed into nerve and muscle tissues.
The flagellar region included an axoneme, a pair of mitochondrial derivatives, a pair of triangular accessory bodies, and a puff-like corpuscle with electron-dense areas (Fig.
According to the Independent, in 1850 Foucault conducted a ground-breaking experiment that was viewed as 'driving the last nail in the coffin' of Newton's corpuscle theory of light when it proved light travels more slowly through water than through air.
The groupings of blood corpuscle, predominantly erythrocytes were found around vessels.
In Wicksell's corpuscle problem (Wicksell, 1925), the prediction of maximum size of spherical particles was studied by Drees and Reiss (1992) and Takahashi and Sibuya (1996; 1998; 2001) while the behaviour of minimum size was investigated in Kotzer and Molchanov (2006).
A renal corpuscle is often found in between the afferent and efferent epididymal ducts.