L. N. Howard

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The extracellular matrix surrounding the sea urchin embryo (outer ECM) contains fibers and granules of various sizes which are organized in recognizable patterns as shown by ultrastructural studies, particularly stereoimaging techniques. The use of the ruthenium red method for retaining and staining the ECM, with modifications of the Luft (Anatomical Record(More)
Exposure of an intact vertebrate eye to light bleaches the rhodopsin in the photoreceptor outer segments in spatially nonuniform patterns. Some axial bleaching patterns produced in toad rods were determined using microspectrophotometric techniques. More rhodopsin was bleached at the base of the outer segment than at the distal tip. The shape of the(More)
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