Scanning electron microscopic study of the lower respiratory tract in calves and adult cattle.

@article{Iovannitti1985ScanningEM,
  title={Scanning electron microscopic study of the lower respiratory tract in calves and adult cattle.},
  author={B. Iovannitti and Hugh M. Pirie and N. G. Wright},
  journal={Research in veterinary science},
  year={1985},
  volume={38 1},
  pages={
          80-7
        }
}

An ultrastructural study of pulmonary bronchiolar and alveolar epithelium in sheep.

The cellular population lining the bronchiolar and alveolar epithelium of the lower respiratory tract of three clinically healthy, purebred Suffolk lambs of both sexes and 3-4 months old was studied

Transitional epithelial zone of the bovine nasal mucosa.

  • D. R. Adams
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    The American journal of anatomy
  • 1986
The extent and ultrastructure of epithelium lining the transitional nasal mucosa of the neonate, gnotobiotic calf tissues were prepared for scanning and transmission electron microscopy and it was believed normally to occupy an extensive area of the nasal cavity.

An SEM Study of the Morphology of the Lower Respiratory‐tract Surface of the Reindeer (Rangifer tarandus tarandus L.)

  • S. Saari
  • Biology
    Anatomia, histologia, embryologia
  • 1995
The rarity of Kohn pores in the alveolar walls of reindeer was considered to be the most striking difference in comparison to most other species.

Light and Electron Microscopic Studies of the Trachea in the One‐Humped Camel (Camelus dromedarius)

Ulastructural studies showed that surface epithelium is pseudostratified with mucus‐producing goblet cells, ciliated and basal cells, similar to other mammals.

THE LINING EPITHELIUM OF THE INTRAPULMONARY AIRWAYS IN THE ONE-HUMPED CAMEL (Camelus dromedarius) LIGHT AND SCANNING ELECTRONE MICROSCOPIC STUDIES

The mucosa of the intrapulmonary airways of the one-humped camel was mainly formed of the usual ciliated columnar cells, basal cells, goblet cells, brush cells and the non-ciliated cells of Clara.

Ultrastructural Study of Tracheo-Bronchial Epithelium of Indian Goats (Capra hircus)

The ultrastructure of trachea and bronchi was studied in Indian goats and bronchial epithelium was lined with ciliated cells, mucous cells and basal cells similar to that oftrachea however, ciliation was comparatively less.

Scanning Electron Microscopic Findings on Respiratory Organs of Some Naturally Infected Dromedary Camels with the Lineage-B of the Middle East Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus (MERS-CoV) in Saudi Arabia—2018

The main observed characteristic findings are massive ciliary loss, ciliary disorientation, and goblet cell hyperplasia, especially in the respiratory organs, particularly the nasal turbinate and trachea in some animals, which confirm the respiratory tropism of the virus and the detection in the nasal cavity.