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Anatomy and histology of the musk shrew (Suncus murinus) prostate
The structure of the prostate of musk shrew is unique among mammals and the boundary between this epithelium and the glandular epit Helium is complex.
The Degree of Declination of Cryptomeria japonica (L. fil.) D. Don in the Kanto Plain
Serum constituents and liver photomicrographs of wild Suncus murinus in the south of Taiwan.
- S. Lin, T. Hijikata, H. Saito, S. Kamei, J. Shiga, C. H. Wang
- Environmental ScienceJikken dobutsu. Experimental animals
Serum constituents and liver of the wild male suncus as well as of those bred and fed in the authors' laboratory were examined serologically and histologically and the presence of fatty droplets in only 2 of the 67 wild suncus examined was revealed.
Lower axial skeleton of the musk shrew (Suncus murinus).
The relationships between the structural peculiarities of the lower axial skeleton and the locomotive habits of the musk shrew are described.
Nerve growth factor of Horsfield's shrew, Crocidura horsfieldi.
- N. Nishiyama, C. H. Wang, T. Hijikata, H. Saito
- BiologyChemical & pharmaceutical bulletin
- 25 August 1988
Results support the current hypothesis that large amounts of NGF exist in the striated duct portion of the submandibular gland which possesses male dominant sexual dimorphism.