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ON THE HYOID REGION OF THE INDIAN GERBILS
En raison de l'importance de l'appareil hyoi'dien des Rongeurs, mise en evidence par les auteurs anterieurs, une etude de cet organe squelettique et des muscles qui s'y inserent a ete entreprise chezExpand
Identification of seminal stains by the inhibition of acid phosphatase by L(+) tartrate.
Human seminal plasma is extraordinarily rich in acid phosphatase which is mainly of prostatic origin. Based on the fact that the prostatic acid phosphatase is specifically and almost completelyExpand
Structure and development of the adrenal gland of Gallus domesticus.
  • S. Sivaram
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Canadian journal of zoology
  • 1 November 1965
The histology of the developing chick adrenal gland has been studied as a preliminary to a detailed histochemical investigation. Certain cytological observations pertaining to the Golgi apparatus andExpand
The hyoid complex of the palm squirrel, Funambulus
The hyoid apparatus of the squirrel, Funambulus consists of basihyal, the immovably fused posterior cornu represented by thyrohyal and the long slender and flexible anterior cornu which is divisibleExpand
Differentiation between stains of human blood and blood of monkey.
The precipitin tube test fails to differentiate between blood stains of closely related animals such as man and monkey because of the close similarity between antigenic determinants of serum proteinsExpand
Unusual instrument marks on bones.
β-METACHROMASIA OF THE CHROMAFFIN TISSUE TO CHECK ADRENAL
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A modified azo-dye method for identification of seminal stains.
  • S. Sivaram
  • Medicine
  • Journal of forensic sciences
  • 1970
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