3 edition of The mammalian oviduct found in the catalog.
The mammalian oviduct
|Statement||edited by E. S. E. Hafez and R. J. Blandau.|
|Contributions||Hafez, E. S. E., Blandau, R. J.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||546|
The mammalian oviduct comprises the infundibulum, ampulla and isthmus. Given that after being transferred to the uterus, embryos derived from intracytoplasmic sperm injection or in vitro fertilization can establish a pregnancy and that normal oviduct–embryo communication has been bypassed, the role of the oviduct has been underestimated. Both the mammalian oviduct and uterine endometrium are target tissues for the ovarian steroids and each responds by undergoing cyclic changes in morphology and secretory activity. These cyclic changes prepare the oviduct and uterus to receive and nourish the gametes during fertilization, early embryonic development and during the implantation Cited by: 8.
Abstract. The need for a physiological change in mammalian spermatozoa in the female genital tract as a prerequisite for fertilization was first recognized by Austin () and Chang () in the rabbit, and the change was termed “capacitation” (Austin, ).Cited by: Only the left ovary and oviduct are retained in the adult female animal. The avian ovary is not as compact as the mammalian ovary, but it does have a cortex and a poorly defined medulla. Ovarian follicles can reach a diameter of 30 mm, contain a single oocyte with a single layer of granulosa cells and a think theca interna and : Ryan Jennings, Christopher Premanandan.
The oviduct is also known as the fallopian or uterine tube. It is the passageway through which the ovum passes from the ovary to the uterine cavity. The oviducts are part of the genital tract. They have a wall of smooth muscle, an inner mucosal lining and an outer layer of loose supporting tissue (serosa). In non mammalian vertebrates, the passageway from the ovaries to the outside of the body is known as the oviduct. The eggs travel along the oviduct. These eggs will either be fertilized by sperm to become a zygote, or will degenerate in the body.
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The Mammalian Oviduct Comparative Biology And Methodology Paperback – January 1, by R. Hafez, E. Blandau (Author)Price: $ Mammalian Oviduct: Comparative Biology and Methodology Hardcover – January 1, by E.S.E. and R.J.
Blandau (eds. Hafez (Author)Author: E.S.E. and R.J. Blandau (eds. Hafez. The book emphasizes that this organ combines factors such as environment, hormonal balance, and biochemical constituents to make reproduction possible.
Composed of contributions that are divided into 13 chapters, the book presents the comparative anatomy, histology, and morphology of the mammalian oviduct. More than 1, pertinent references on some 1, aspects of mammalian reproduction provide a strong basis on which young investigators may launch research careers.
In the 21 chapters, all authors raise fundamental questions and expose our knowledge gaps concerning the structure, embryology, physiology, endocrinology, pharmacology, biochemistry, immunology, and pathology of oviduct tissues Author: Robert H. Davis. Book; Conference proceedings: The mammalian oviduct.
Comparative biology and methodology. + pp. Abstract: As soon as the contents of this book are examined it becomes abundantly clear that the title really means what it by: Full text Full text is available as a scanned copy of the original print version.
Get a printable copy (PDF file) of the complete article (K), or click on a page image below to browse page by by: Composed of contributions that are divided into 13 chapters, the book presents the comparative anatomy, histology, and morphology of the mammalian oviduct.
The selection particularly notes the structural features of this organ. The text proceeds with the discussions on histochemistry and electron microscopy of the bovine oviduct, Book Edition: 1. Download PDF: Sorry, we are unable to provide the full text but you may find it at the following location(s): g (external link)Author: Thomas R.
Forbes. The Oviduct: Functional Genomic and Proteomic Approach I Monde´jar1*, OS Acun˜a 2*, MJ Izquierdo-Rico, P Coy1 and M Avile´s2 1Department of Physiology, Veterinary Faculty and 2Department of Cell Biology and Histology, Faculty of Medicine, University of Murcia, Murcia, Spain Contents The mammalian oviduct is an anatomical part of the female reproductive tract, which plays several.
The first comprehensive review of the mammlian oviduct and its functions was published in Oviduct is now considered as a reproductive organ having transport and secretory functions which are essential for early reproductive events. Anatomy The anatomy of the oviduct can be highly variable from one species to the by: The transportation of mammalian oocytes into the oviduct is governed by ciliary beating and proper adhesion of the OCC matrix to the tips of the infundibular cilia.
Ciliary beating alone can transport small particles such as spores but is not sufficient for OCC pickup. Proper adhesion is particularly important for entry of the OCC into the Cited by: Mammalian oviduct. Chicago, University of Chicago Press  (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: E S E Hafez; Richard J Blandau; University of Washington.
The oviduct or Fallopian tube is the anatomical region where every new life begins in mammalian species. After a long journey, the spermatozoa meet the oocyte in the specific site of the oviduct.
With a few notable exceptions, mammalian preimplantation embryos grown in vitro are likely to exhibit sub-optimal or retarded development.
This may be manifested in different ways, depending on the species and on the stage(s) of embryonic development that are being examined. For example, bovineBrand: Springer US. Of all published articles, the following were the most read within the past 12 months.
Oocyte Pickup by the Mammalian Oviduct. INTRODUCTION. Mammals ovulate an oocyte cumulus complex (OCC), which contains, in addition to the oocyte, numerous cumulus cells and an extensive extracellular matrix (Mahi-Brown and Yanagimachi, ; Talbot and DiCarlantonio, ).
The mammalian oviduct plays an important role in the fertilisation and transport of gametes and embryo. Prostaglandins (PGs) are local mediators of oviductal functions and are involved in fertilisation and the transport of gametes and embryo.
Lysophosphatidic acid (LPA), a kind of phospholipid, is involved in various physiological actions. We hypothesised that LPA regulates PG production in Cited by: 5.
The oviduct plays a vital role in ensuring successful fertilization and normal early embryonic development. The male inseminates many thousands or even millions of. Fu, B.; Ma, H.; Liu, D. Extracellular Vesicles Function as Bioactive Molecular Transmitters in the Mammalian Oviduct: An Inspiration for Optimizing in Vitro Culture Systems and Improving Delivery of Exogenous Nucleic Acids during Preimplantation Embryonic Development.
Int. The oviduct _____ has fewer folds and cilia near the uterus. Smooth muscle and secretory cells increases. Isthmus Oviduct. Intramural Oviduct.
In the _____ oviduct, the folds of the mucosa are almost nonexistant, the secretory cells outnumber ciliated cells, and the muscularis externa is thick. An important feature of mammalian development is the generation of sexually dimorphic reproductive tracts from the Müllerian and Wolffian ducts.
In females, Müllerian ducts develop into the Cited by: A regulatory cascade hypothesis for mammalian sex determination: SRY represses a negative regulator of male development. Proc Natl Acad Sci USA 90 (): – One way to help understand the processes involved is through the use of computational modelling.
The methodology used to construct the first agent based model of sperm movement within a 3D model of the mammalian oviduct is presented. The different processes represented within the model and the implementation of those processes is described.