Takao Nishida

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Spermatogenesis and acrosomal formation in the musk shrew, Suncus murinus, were studied by light and transmission electron microscopy. The cycle of the seminiferous epithelium was divided into 13 stages based on the characteristics of acrosomal change and nuclear shape, appearance of meiotic figures, location of spermatids, and period of spermiation. The(More)
Yuichi Shirasaki1), Minoru Yoshida2), Takao Nishida3), Katsuyoshi Kawaguchi4), Hitoshi Mikada4) and Kenichi Asakawa4) and members of committee on the submarine cable-network for scientific seafloor monitoring organized by IEEE OES Japan Chapter KEYWORDS: underwater long term monitoring, underwater cable network, underwater optical cable ABSTRACT Seafloor(More)
ÑA new fault simulator (VFSIM) for synchronous sequential circuits has been developed and applied to random access scan circuits of several hundred LSIs in mainframe computers. The results show that VFSIM is one or two orders of magnitude faster than a conventional fault simulator designed for random access scan circuits. A vectorized pattern parallel(More)
In the abomasal epithelium of the goat, glycoconjugates have been studied by means of selective histochemical methods. The staining procedures employed were alcian blue (AB) pH 1.0 AB pH 2.5, Periodic acid Schiff (PAS) and AB pH 2.5-PAS. According to the results obtained, the nature of glycoconjugates in mucous epithelium was found to change during cell(More)
To determine whether a difference in donor source affects the outcome of transplantation for patients with primary myelofibrosis (PMF), a retrospective study was conducted using the national registry data on patients who received first allogeneic hematopoietic cell transplantation (HCT) with related BM (n=19), related PBSCs (n=25), unrelated BM (n=28) or(More)
We osteometrically examined the skulls of the black giant squirrel (Ratufa bicolor) from three mainland populations (M. Malayan Peninsula, V. South Vietnam, and B. Burma, India and North Thailand) and from two island populations (T. Tioman, and S. Sumatra Islands). The skull in the Malayan peninsula population was significantly smaller than that of the two(More)
Skulls of the red-cheeked squirrel (Dremomys rufigenis) from various geographical locations: Malaysia (peninsular area), Vietnam (south district)-Laos, and Thailand (north district) were osteometrically examined. The skull size of the squirrels in the southern (Malaysia) population was fundamentally larger than that in the northern (Vietnam, Laos and(More)
The classification of the cycle of the seminiferous epithelium was carried out in the common tree shrew (Tupaia glis). The tree shrew captured in Thailand were fixed with Bouin's fixative, embedded in paraffin wax, and stained with PAS-hematoxylin. The cycle was classified into twelve stages on the basis of the acrosomal changes of spermatids. Relative(More)