Surface Areas of the Cerebral Cortex of Mammals Determined by Stereological Methods
The surface areas of the cerebral cortex excluding archipallium of 20 human, 11 cetacean, 6 carnivore, and 5 marsupial brains were determined by stereological methods. There exist rather strict…
Three-Dimensional Structure Identified from Single Sections
- H. Elias
- 3 December 1971
This article shows simple ways for correct initial identification of shape and structure and for the breaking of the reverberating circuit of erroneous thinking.
Stereology of the renal corpuscles of desert and swamp deermice.
Abstract : The renal corpuscles of desert deermice and swamp deermice were investigated for quantitative differences in structure by statistico-geometrical (stereological) methods. There was found to…
Social Wasps in Amber
The first fossil specimens that can be positively assigned to the polistine tribe Epiponini are reported here, described from Miocene amber of the Dominican Republic, and are notable for the behavior of founding new colonies by swarms of queens and workers.
Dependence of the lobular architecture of the liver on the porto‐hepatic blood pressure gradient
The normal liver of the pig; is it an example of purely portal (and therefore subclinical) cirrhosis; a preliminary report.
Chromatophores as Evidence of Phylogenetic Evolution
- H. Elias
- BiologyAmerican Naturalist
- 1 July 1942
Melanophores are known to you as branched, pigmented cells which have the ability to contract and expand in response to certain stimuli, in which group the melanophores undergo an interesting change during phylogenetic evolution.
The Structure of the Liver of Birds
This organ thus structurally improved, it was suggested, is more adequate for animals of higher metabolism and greater activity than the liver with two-cell-thick walls such as found in the lower vertebrates.
The gustatory papillae and the stomach of Hyracoidea, with a discussion of the evolution of the mammalian tongue papillae
- H. Elias
- BiologyJournal of morphology
- 1 July 1946