Sexual dimorphism of sublingual glands in tree shrews.

Abstract

On the basis of histochemical characteristics it was possible to demostrate a sexual dimorphism of the tree shrew sublingual gland. Although numerous staining methods for the demonstration of mucosubstances were used in this study, only methods for the demonstration of sulfated glycoproteins (sulfomucins) were effective in demonstrating the sexual… (More)

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@article{Pinkstaff1980SexualDO, title={Sexual dimorphism of sublingual glands in tree shrews.}, author={Carlin A Pinkstaff}, journal={Basic and applied histochemistry}, year={1980}, volume={24 2}, pages={95-100} }