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The vomeronasal organ (VO) or the second olfactory organ has the form of paired epithelial pockets at the base of the nasal septum. In animals it has various functions including reception of pheromones mediating sexual, parental and social behavior. Human VO was considered to be rudimental until the last decade of the XXth century. Since then it was found… (More)
Fragments of the neural primordium of a new Notch mutant of Drosophila melanogaster produced in our laboratory were transplanted into the neural tube of embryos of 4 amphibian species (caudate and ecaudate) immediately after completion of neurulation. The grafts were identified by using a light microscope, scanning electron miscroscope, and in situ… (More)
This article will form part of a virtual special issue of the journal, presenting some highlights of the 12th Biennial Conference on High-Resolution X-ray Diffraction and Imaging (XTOP2014). Monochromatic computed microtomography using laboratory and synchrotron sources and X-ray fluorescence analysis for comprehensive analysis of structural changes in… (More)
Histological and morphometrical analysis of the brain and peripheral analyzers revealed proliferative migration abnormalities of brain development and neuron differentiation in mammals during a space flight, which can limit space exploration.
Age-related changes in the organon vomeronasalis (VO) and related structures have been described in normal human embryos of 19, 25, 28 and 40 mm in crown-rump length and in the embryo of 19 mm in crown-rump length during abnormal development in the uterine tube. The fourth branch of the VO nerve appeared in the 25 mm embryo. Signs of asymmetry and… (More)
We studied the origin and development of the vomeronasal system in early human embryos of 10-18 mm crown-rump length under normal and pathological conditions. The formation of the vomeronasal organ from the vomeronasal groove and placode in a 10-mm embryo is described. We propose that the vomeronasal cavity originates in the schizocoel way. We studied the… (More)