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The presence of microcystins in fish Cyprinus carpio tissues: a histopathological study
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The aim of the present study is to investigate the effect of chronic or subchronic exposure of fish to microcystins under natural environmental conditions by examining the possible histopathological changes associated with a dense cyanobacterial bloom and determining theMicrocystin contents of fish tissues. Expand
Dynamics of biofilm formation by Listeria monocytogenes on stainless steel under mono-species and mixed-culture simulated fish processing conditions and chemical disinfection challenges.
The progressive ability of a six-strains L. monocytogenes cocktail to form biofilm on stainless steel (SS), under fish-processing simulated conditions, was investigated, together with the biocideExpand
Collagen fibril diameter in relation to bone site. a quantitative ultrastructural study.
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The collagen fibril diameter was measured in cortical bone samples from the femoral neck, rear and front tibia of rats using electron microscopy analysis demonstrating a dependence upon bone use. Expand
The Role of Collagen in the Aorta's Structure
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As the aorta is a crucial artery and collagen is one of its most important components, collagen study is a helpful way to deal with aorte's abnormalities. Expand
Collagen from the Marine Sponges Axinella cannabina and Suberites carnosus: Isolation and Morphological, Biochemical, and Biophysical Characterization
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The marine demosponges Axinella cannabina and Suberites carnosus, collected from the Aegean and the Ionian Seas, were comparatively studied for their insoluble collagen, intercellular collagen, and spongin-like collagen content. Expand
A novel image processing method to determine the nutritional condition of lobsters.
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A novel image processing algorithm for the automatic measurement of the hepatopancreas structure using stained cross sections of digestive gland tubules is described, which is accurate for the quantitative assessment of the lobster's digestive gland structure. Expand
Collagen Fibril Diameter in Relation to Bone Site and to Calcium/Phosphorus Ratio
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The collagen fibril diameter was measured in cortical bone samples from the femoral neck, rear and front tibia of female and male rats and rabbits using electron microscopy analysis and the agreement between these observations and the mean values for Ca/P ratio, as observed in previous experiments, in the same bone sites and animals. Expand
FACTORS THAT CAN LEAD TO THE DEVELOPMENT OF SKELETAL DEFORMITIES IN FISHES: A REVIEW
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This review aims to highlight the main factors related with the development of deformities in fishes that downgrade hatcheries’ production and affects the production cost. Expand
Measurement of the feed consumption of Nephrops norvegicus feeding on different diets and its effect on body nutrient composition and digestive gland histology
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The feed consumption of Nephrops norvegicus reared in captivity and fed either mussel or a pelleted diet was measured for ten weeks, and tail muscle and digestive gland nutrient composition was unaffected by the different type of diet, except muscle lipid contents. Expand
Similar Shell Features between Rear and Wild Cornu aspersum Snails
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Both groups had similar body weight, shell mechanical strength and shell thickness, and no statistical difference was recorded between the chemical elements of the hypostracum of reared snails and of the wild ones. Expand
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