William H. Daniels

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Fluid-filled blisters, created on the skin of the inner surface of the pinna of heparinized rats by the application of suction, showed an intact basal lamina through which protruded hairs and remnants of hair follicles. The origin of epithelial cells and their spreading over the basal lamina were studied at intervals over 36 hours using scanning and(More)
Chick blastoderms were studied by scanning and transmission electron microscopy to identify by both methods a type of thread-like structure lying on the epiblast. The structure was identified by transmission microscopy as a long telophase bridge containing mid-body and spindle remnant. It apperas to provide cytoplasmic continuity between only 2 cells.
Twelve horses were divided into three groups and given various doses of a mixed species strongyle inoculum, representing light, moderate, and heavy infections. Three weeks after the larval inoculations, three animals from each group were given larvicidal doses of thiabendazole (TBZ) (440 mg kg-1 on two consecutive days); one animal from each group served as(More)
The purpose of this study is to determine if raising eastern white river crawfish (Procambarus acutus acutus) in the Mid-Atlantic region year-round is economically feasible. The possibility for economic success, or even survival, will be examined with the use of a two-stage dynamic-stochastic simulation modeling framework. Six simulation models were created(More)
The Jerne hemolytic plaque assay was used to compare the number of antibody forming cells in the ipsilateral supramammary/suprainguinal lymph node which drains the udder, its counterpart area in males, of dairy goats inoculated with the antigen, sheep red blood cells, and in the contralateral lymph node which drains the corresponding non-inoculated area.(More)
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