Quantitative studies of the testis III. A numerical treatment of the development of the pig testis

@article{BascomQuantitativeSO,
  title={Quantitative studies of the testis III. A numerical treatment of the development of the pig testis},
  author={K. F. Bascom and H. L. Osterud},
  journal={The Anatomical Record},
  volume={37}
}
Histological Changes of the Testicular Interstitium during Postnatal Development in Microminipigs
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The basic information obtained in the present study will be a useful reference for all the future toxicity evaluations in microminipigs. Expand
THE STRUCTURE AND ULTRASTRUCTURE OF THE LEYDIG CELLS AND THE MYOID PERITUBULAR CELLS IN THE MINI-PIG TESTIS
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The morphology of the Leydig cells and of the myoid peritubular cells in the testis of the Gotting mini-pig is described at the optic microscope and electron microscope levels. Expand
Organization of testicular interstitial tissue of an Australian rodent, the spinifex hopping mouse, Notomys alexis
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The organization of testicular interstitial tissue of the spinifex hopping mouse, Notomys alexis differs from that of other rodents, and is variable in its organization both at different locations within the testis of the one animal and among different individuals. Expand
The activity and biosynthesis of cholesterol side-chain cleavage enzyme in cultured immature pig testis cells.
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The rates of synthesis of cytochrome P-450scc and testis iron-sulfur protein in immature pig testis cells in culture, when incubated with hCG were 3- and 6-fold greater, respectively, than those in cells incubated in the absence of hCG. Expand
Estrogen and androgen production by purified Leydig cells of mature boars.
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The results show that Leydig cells are a significant site of estrogen production in the boar testis and that this organ is a source of an abundant supply of such cells. Expand
The flow and composition of lymph from the testes of pigs with some observations on the effect of raised venous pressure.
  • B. Setchell
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Comparative biochemistry and physiology. A, Comparative physiology
  • 1982
Abstract 1. 1. Testicular lymph collected from boars is very similar in composition to blood plasma from the same animals. 2. 2. The high protein concentration of the lymph is not reduced when lymphExpand
Changes in Leydig cells and luteinizing hormone receptors in porcine testis during postnatal development.
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Data suggest that each Leydig cell contains 80,000 specific LH-binding sites/cell 30 days after birth and 35,000 in the adult, with no observed periods without receptor sites. Expand
Patterns of endocrine change in the pig foetus
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The idea that developmental changes occurring in the foetus may reveal signs of periodic activity is proposed and explored and it is concluded that further research is required to provide more complete information with which to test the hypothesis that some influencing periodicity is present during pregnancy. Expand
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