Studies on the growth and activity of the albino rat

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Statementby Fred Andrews Hitchcock.
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LC ClassificationsQL737.R6 H65 1928
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Pagination1 p. l., p. 205-210, 206-220, 28-36, 1 l.
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Open LibraryOL6716825M
LC Control Number28016849
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The seeds of Tectona grandis Linn. are traditionally acclaimed as hair tonic in the Indian system of medicine. Studies were therefore undertaken in order to evaluate petroleum ether extract of T. grandis seeds for its effect on hair growth in albino mice.

The 5% and 10% extracts incorporated into simple ointment base were applied topically on shaved denuded skin of albino mice. Anatomical and physiological studies on the growth of the inner ear of the albino rat. Related Titles.

Series: The American anatomical memoirs, no. 10 By. Wada, Tokujiro Type. Book Material. Published material. Publication info. Full text of "Anatomical and physiological studies on the growth of the inner ear of the albino rat" See other formats. Book - The Development of the Albino Rat 9. From Embryology.

together with the general growth of the ovum, and this increase continues until in the latter part of the eighth day the mesoblast appears around the margin of the epiblast where it is in apposition with the trophoblast." Robinson was able to differentiate between the primary.

Growth of the skeleton of the albino rat. Studies in pideopiLthology. In this study the activity of the two halves of the growth plate of 56 laboratory rats is measured and compared and it. Lars Olson, Ingrid Strömberg, in Advances in Cellular Neurobiology, 1 Eye Infections. Although the albino rat has excellent defense against infections (to the extent that experimental surgery is often performed under completely nonsterile conditions), sterile instruments and sterile saline should be used for intraocular grafting.

Eye infections that the animal cannot master may.

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Animal Motivation: Experimental Studies on the Albino Rat [C. Warden] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Animal Motivation: Experimental Studies on the Albino RatAuthor: C. Warden. Dental Caries in the Albino Rat in Relation to the Chemical Composition of the Teeth and of the Diet: II.

Variations in the Ca/P Ratio of the Diet Induced by Changing the Phosphorus Content Retarded Growth, Life Span, Ultimate Body Size and Age Changes in the Albino Rat after Feeding Diets Restricted in Calories: Four FiguresCited by: The albino laboratory rat with its red eyes and white fur is an iconic model organism for scientific research in a variety of fields.

A laboratory rat or lab rat is a rat of the species Rattus norvegicus domestica which is bred and kept for scientific research. This study examined the inhibitory effect of StigmastenO-glucopyranosidetriacetate-5 1-ol (SGTA), an isolate from petroleum ether extract of Cuscuta reflexa and performed comparative study of petroleum ether extract (PTE), ethanolic extract (ETE) and SGTA on hair growth activity in androgenic alopecia rat model.

Alopecia induced in albino rats by testosterone administration Cited by: 4. Introduction. In the course of my study of the normal development of the albmo rat, from the end of the first to the end of the ninth day after insemination, as recorded in Part I of this series of contributions, there were encountered from time to time ova which appeared to deviate both in rate and type of development from what, as a result of extended study, came to be regarded as the normal.

Effect of Tectona grandis Linn. seeds on hair growth activity of albino mice Article in International journal of Ayurveda research 1(4) October with Reads How we measure 'reads'.

THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE ALBINO RAT, MUS NORVEGICUS ALBINUS I. FROM THE PRONUCLEAR STAGE TO THE STAGE OF MESO- DERM ANLAGE; END OF THE FIRST TO THE END OF THE NINTH DAY G.

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CARL HUBER From the Department of Anatomy, University of Michigan, and the Division oj Ernbryjology, Wistar Institute oj Anatomy and Biology, Philadelphia. THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE ALBINO RAT, MUS NORVEGICUS ALBINUS XI. ABNORMAL OVA; END OF THE FIRST TO THE OF NINTH DAY G. CARL HUBER From the Department of Anatomy, University of Michigan, and the Division of Eiiihryology, IVistar Institute of Anatomy and Biology, Philadelphia TER FIGURES.

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Recently several studies have been performed to highlight the ability of various extracts of Luffa acutangula to prevent growth of microbial strains. Silver nano-particles prepared from an aqueous extract of leaves exert significant antimicrobial activity against Gram-positive bacteria than Gram-negative bacteria (Moideen and Prabha, ).Cited by: 1.

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J Warden] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Tbis facility was used to investigate the influence of protein deficiencies on the rate of bone growth and maturation in albino rats subjected to continuous low intensity irradiation.

Variations of dietary protein between 7 and 25% affected the density of growing bone, the rats on the higher protein levels exhibiting the greatest bone density. Animal motivation: experimental studies on the albino rat / By.

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Published material. Publication info. New York:Columbia university press, Notes. The Laboratory Rat, Second Edition features updated information on a variety of topics including: rat genetics and genomics, both spontaneous and induced disease; state-of-the-art technology for housing and husbandry; occupational health, and experimental models.

A premier source of information on the laboratory rat that will be of interest to veterinary and medical students, senior Reviews: 1. External Features •Long tail, rasp-like, may constitute 85% of body length, the scales y longer in female than in male.

Important role for heat loss and used as a balance organ. •Fusiform body covered by hair except on nose, palms, lips, and is divided into 2 classes: with long shaft (over hairs or guard hairs) and without long shaft (underFile Size: 1MB.

Albinism is the "congenital absence of any pigmentation or coloration in a person, animal or plant, resulting in white hair, feathers, scales and skin and pink eyes in mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians and fish and invertebrates as well." Varied use and interpretation of the terms mean that written reports of albinistic animals can be difficult to verify.

Albinism can reduce the. Abstract. The laboratory rat, Rattus norvegicus, has been used in biomedical research for more than years, and in many cases remains the model of choice for studies of physiology, behavior, and complex human book provides detailed information on a number of methodologies that can be used in rat.

This chapter gives an introduction to rat as a species and as a biomedical model Cited by: 1. The rat has short hair, a long naked tail, rounded erect ears, protruding eyes, a pointed snout with long whisker (vibrissae) and five toes on each foot. Albino rats have poor eyesight and depend on facial vibrissae and olfaction for sensory input.

Rats have no gall bladder. Rattus norvegicus (brown rat) has a short tail compared to Rattus. The brown rat (Rattus norvegicus), also known as the common rat, street rat, sewer rat, Hanover rat, Norway rat, Norwegian rat, Parisian rat, or wharf rat is one of the best known and most common rats.

One of the largest muroids, it is a brown or grey rodent with a head and body length of up to 28 cm (11 in) long, and a tail slightly shorter than : Mammalia. Roy et al. reported that topical application of C.

colocynthis plant, especially petroleum ether extracts, had an astonishing effect on hair growth initiation time, complete hair growth, and the length of hair follicle in albino rats.

In qualitative studies, hair growth was initiated in the denuded area on the 4th day and 5th day with 5 and 2% Author: Gurkan Yardimci. AN UPDATED REVIEW OF PHARMACOLOGICAL STUDIES ON AZADIRACHTA INDICA (NEEM) HTML Full Text.

AN UPDATED REVIEW OF PHARMACOLOGICAL STUDIES ON AZADIRACHTA INDICA (NEEM). Rohit Kumar Bijauliya * 1, Shashi Alok 1, Dilip Kumar Chanchal 1, Monika Sabharwal 2 and Man Singh 3.

Department of Pharmacognosy 1, Institute of Pharmacy, Bundelkhand University. If you are curious as to whether or not your rat is able to see, there are a few tests you can perform to find out. This may only help to diagnose whether or not a rat is blind.

Pass your finger in front of the cage slowly, at least 3 inches from the cage. DO NOT handle food before doing this, as you do not want the rat following the smell.

male albino rats D. Eazhisai Vallabi 1 and 2 Department of Siddha Medicine, Faculty of Sciences, Tamil University, Thanjavur, Tamil nadu, India _____ ABSTRACT In this present cardioprotective activity study the crude powder of the Hyoscyamus niger Linn is administered to the male albino rats at the dose of mg/ Size: KB.

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and Hittner, H.M. and Strength, D.R. and Kretzer, F. and Lane, H.W.}, abstractNote = {Prevention of retinopathy of prematurity using vitamin E as an antioxidant has been demonstrated.Retinol and retinoic acid were dissolved in cottonseed oil containing α-tocopherol and given by stomach tube to retinol-deficient rats at the stage when growth ceased.

Daily doses of 16 to 47 µg retinoic acid or 4 µg retinol induced nearly normal growth for 14 days. The growth effect of two spaced doses of 4 µg.

retinoic acid per day was 49% greater than that of a single dose of 8 µg, and Cited by: