- Author:L. Zamboni
- Publisher:Joanna Cotler Books; 1st edition (April 1972)
- Pages:240 pages
- Subcategory:Biological Sciences
- FB2 format1955 kb
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- Formats:lrf docx lit mobi
Zamboni, . 1971, Fine Morphology of Mammalian Fertilization, Harper and Row, New York. Zamboni, . 1974, Fine morphology of the follicle wall and follicle cell-oocyte association, Biol.
Zamboni, . 1972, Comparative studies on the ultrastructure of mammalian oocytes, in: Oogenesis ( J. D. Biggers and A. W. Schuetz, ed., University Park Press, Baltimore, pp. 5–45. Thompson, R. and Smith, D. 1972, Fine morphology of human oocyte maturation in vitro, Biol.
Mammalian fertilization. Article · January 2006 with 9 Reads. The Zona Pellucida (ZP) is the extracellular coat surrounding mammalian oocytes
Mammalian fertilization. How we measure 'reads'. Here, we compare the development and morphology of animal and flowering plant gametes, discuss cell–cell communication events between gametes and gametophytes as well as their physical interaction and fusion during single and double fertilization, respectively. The Zona Pellucida (ZP) is the extracellular coat surrounding mammalian oocytes. The so called "zona hardening" has a key role in the fertilization process as it produces a block of polyspermy also through an increase of the stiffness of the membrane.
The book also examines the activation of the egg and parthenogenesis in vertebrates. The selection is a valuable reference for readers interested in the processes involved in fertilization. Charles B. Metz, Alberto Monroy. Fertilization: Comparative Morphology, Biochemistry, and Immunology, Volume I focuses on the many aspects of the physiological mechanisms of fertilization in different forms of life. The selection first tackles the problems and procedures of comparative gametology and syngamy and sperm motility.
Are you sure you want to remove Fine morphology of mammalian fertilization. Published 1971 by Medical Dept There's no description for this book yet. from your list? Fine morphology of mammalian fertilization. Published 1971 by Medical Dept. Harper & Row in New York. Atlases, Fertilization (Biology), Ovum, Spermatozoa.
The books themselves are high quality productions and richly illustrated. Given the large number of electron micrographs, histological illustrations and colored clades, et. the care that went into book production really pays off, and leaves me concluding that these books are well worth the price. I easily recommend them as a necessary part of every university library, and encourage any biologist interested in birds - or more generally in comparative reproductive biology - to keep them on their shelf.
In mammals, the primary mechanism in preventing polyspermic fertilization involves biochemical modifications of the surrounding of fertilized oocytes as. .Zamboni L: Ultrastructure of mammalian oocytes and ova. Biol Reprod. 1970, 2 (Suppl 2): 44-63.
In mammals, the primary mechanism in preventing polyspermic fertilization involves biochemical modifications of the surrounding of fertilized oocytes as well as the gamete itself; depending on the species, polyspermy block resides at the zona pellucida, the oolemma, or the perivitelline space Zamboni L: Ultrastructure of mammalian oocytes and ova.
The mammalian fertilization process. Year Book 38, 149. Streeter GL. Developmental horizons in human embryos. Fine Morphology of Mammalian Fertilization. In Moghissi, K. and Hafez, E. S. E. (e. Biology of Mammalian Fertilization and Implantation. Thomas, Springfield, Illinois. Harper & Row, New York. Zamboni L. Mishell DR. Jr. Bell JH. snd Baca M. Fine structure of the human ovum in the pronuclear stage. 1966) J. Cell Biol, 30: 579-600.
The pre-fertilization phase in the eutherian oviduct is characterized by two further novelties - fine control of sperm transport to the ampulla, and the cumulus oophorus.
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