M M Gadegone

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Ovarian follicles of the three species of bats, Pteropus giganteus giganteus, Taphozous longimanus and Megaderma lyra lyra were studied with regard to the distribution and nature of mucopolysaccharides. Oocyte contained only glycogen. Zona pellucida showed the presence of glycogen, neutral mucosubstances, sialo- and sulfomucins. Follicle cells showed the(More)
Mucosubstances in the cervix uteri of the Indian langur monkey, Presbytis entellus entellus was studied during non-pregnancy, pregnancy and lactation. Cells of the cervical epithelium and glands elaborated neutral, sialo- and sulfomucins during non-pregnancy. The concentration of these mucins was low during early pregnancy but increased during late(More)
The three species of bats studied show glycogen, neutral, sialo- and sulfomucins in the cells of the uterine epithelium and glands. Elaboration of these mucins occurs during anestrus in Pteropus giganteus and during proestrus in Taphozous longimanus. In Megaderma lyra lyra only glycogen is observed during anestrus and proestrus. Neutral, and sialomucins in(More)
Cervical epithelium of the goat, Capra hircus shows the presence of two types of cells-ciliated and non ciliated mucus secreting the latter cell type being more predominant. In the non-pregnant specimen, the columnar mucus secreting cells of the cervical epithelium and gland show stored mucin in the supranuclear cytoplasm. During early part of gestation(More)
The pituitary gland of the Herpestes edwardsi has been studies with special reference to the cytology of the pars anterior. In addition to the agranular chromophobic cells, six morphologically distinct chromophilic cell types have been observed in the pars anterior on the basis of selective histochemical and cytochemical staining techniques which can be(More)
The epithelium of the three species of bats studied shows the presence of ciliated and nonciliated cells both in the ovarian and uterine segments of the Fallopian tube of the functional uterine horn. The cytoplasm of these two cells types shows small amount of glycogen during anestrus, the amount increasing during proestrus and estrus. At estrus, the(More)
Glycogen in the ciliated cells of the epithelium of the Fallopian tube of Capra hircus, undergoes no variation during the different phases of the reproductive cycle. The nonciliated secretory cells show glycogen, neutral, sialo- and sulfomucins during the estrous period, the intensity of reaction being less in the isthmus region. During early pregnancy(More)
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