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Ultrastructural studies on fetal and early postnatal mouse ovaries. I. Histogenesis and organogenesis.
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Ovaries of fetal mice obtained during the twelfth to eighteenth day of gestation and from the first to third postnatal day have been studied by electron microscopy, finding a number of follicular configurations which deviate from the normal. Expand
Cyclic variations in the oviductal ciliated cells during the menstrual cycle and after estrogen treatment in the pig‐tailed monkey, Macaca nemestrina
The epithelium of the oviduct of the pig‐tailed monkey, Macaca nemestrina was studied (1) to determine whether quantitative changes in the number of ciliated, deciliated, reciliating and nonciliatedExpand
Observations of the rat mesothelium with the electron and phase microscopes.
  • D. L. Odor
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • The American journal of anatomy
  • 1 November 1954
The question of "basal" cells in oviductal and endocervical epithelium.
  • D. L. Odor
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Fertility and sterility
  • 1 December 1974
UPTAKE AND TRANSFER OF PARTICULATE MATTER FROM THE PERITONEAL CAVITY OF THE RAT
  • D. L. Odor
  • Biology, Medicine
  • The Journal of biophysical and biochemical…
  • 25 July 1956
TLDR
A greater quantity of the absorbed material is commonly observed within the cytoplasm of the diaphragmatic than of the mesenteric mesothelium. Expand
THE ULTRASTRUCTURE OF UNILAMINAR FOLLICLES OF THE HAMSTER OVARY.
  • D. L. Odor
  • Biology, Medicine
  • The American journal of anatomy
  • 1 May 1965
Unilaminar follicles consisting of primary oocytes surrounded by a single granulosal layer, composed either of flattened, cuboidal or columnar cells, have been studied with the electron microscope inExpand
Incidence of polyspermy in normal and delayed matings in rats of the wistar strain.
Secretory cells of the oviduct of the pig-tailed monkey, Macaca nemestrina, during the menstrual cycle and after estrogen treatment.
The secretory cells of the oviductal epithelium in the pig-tailed monkey, Macaca nemestrina, have been studied by light and electron microscopy. Changes during the menstrual cycle and afterExpand
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