Light and scanning electron microscopic study of the dorsal lingual papillae of the rat Arvicanthis niloticus (Muridae, Rodentia)

Faculty Science Year: 2012
Type of Publication: ZU Hosted Pages: 619-627
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Journal: Journal of American Science Elsevier Volume:
Keywords : Light , scanning electron microscopic study , , dorsal    
Abstract:
تم دراسة توزيع الحلمات اللسانية في لسان الفئران باستخدام الميكروسكوب الضوئي والمجهر الإلكتروني الماسح. بلغ اللسان في الفئران حوالي 27 ملم في الطول، وحوالي 3 ملم في العرض. كانت السمات المميزة للسان وجود ثلم طويل يضيق في وسط اللسان امتد من إل
   
     
 
       

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