A Study of the Round Pigment Cells in the Uterus of the Ewe By R. HADEK

Abstract

THE mucosa of the bicornuate sheep uterus like that of other ruminants consists of glandular and non-glandular areas (fig. I , A ) . The nonglandular areas, or caruncles, are button-like prominences in the sheep, which are raised above the uterine surface and in some specimens appear jet black. The black colour is due to a large number of melanocytes in the… (More)

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@inproceedings{Hadek2006ASO, title={A Study of the Round Pigment Cells in the Uterus of the Ewe By R. HADEK}, author={Robert Hadek}, year={2006} }