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Structure and Taxonomic Status of Trichogloea Herveyi
In the course of time a few other Bermudian collections have been made, but the plant is unknown elsewhere, and it is not apparent why SETCHELL never legitimized the name Trichogloea Herveyi.
Structure and Reproduction of Chrysophaeum Lewisii
  • Randolph Taylor
  • Environmental Science
    Journal of aquatic ecosystem health
  • 1 April 1951
Faced by the complexity of the Florida flora for the first time, without previous tropical experience, the writer was not able to make a careful study of this plant, which clearly did not fit any Phaeophycean category with which he was acquainted, nor could he do so on subsequent visits.
Concussion management in combat sports: consensus statement from the Association of Ringside Physicians
The Association of Ringside Physicians sets forth this consensus statement to establish management guidelines that ringside physicians, fighters, referees, trainers, promoters, sanctioning bodies and other healthcare professionals can use in the ringside setting.
Surface Ultrastructural Changes in the Tegument of Cysticercus Fasciolaris and Schistosoma Mansoni Following In Vitro Low Doses of the Antihelminthic Drug, Oltipraz
Cysticercus fasciolaris is the larval form of the adult cat tapeworm, Hydatigera taeniaeformis (Taenia taeniaeformis). It is of increasing interest because of the considerable pathological conditions
Sports medicine in children: knee pain.
Knee pain is one of the most common issues among young athletes and is commonly secondary to inflammation of the apophysis of the patella or the tibial tuberosity.
The method of paraffin sections was used only for the study of diploid vegetative cells, or for checking up other methods, and entire nuclei were obtained-an important matter in working out the complete chromosome complement of selected cells.
Antihelminthic Activity of the Drug, Oltipraz, on the Surface Ultrastructure of Schistosoma mansoni
The structure of the surface tegument of schistosomes, particularly Schistosoma mansoni, has been studied and revealed that it is a syncytium made up of a surface layer recognized as a cytoplasmic sheath or matrix connected by cellular extensions to cell bodies buried in the parenchyma.