ampullar


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am·pul·lar

(am-pul'ăr),
Relating in any sense to an ampulla.

ampullary

adjective Referring to an ampulla, usually understood to mean the ampulla of Vater.

am·pul·lar

(am-pul'ăr)
Relating in any sense to an ampulla.

ampullar

pertaining to or originating from an ampulla.

ampullar anomalies
unilateral aplasia, fusion of, and appendages to the ampullae of the ductus deferens occur in bulls and unilateral aplasia in stallions.
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5, NPY and VIP immunostained fibres was evaluated in the Pg and Ig compartments for ventral, dorsal, ampullar and acini regions, and in the Pd compartment for the ductal region, for each age group defined above.
the ratio between ampullar, dorsal, ventral and periurethral duct areas, and the reference area of prostate tissue.
In summary: a) discriminant analysis confirms the androgen-dependence of both neuroendocrine cells and peptidergic innervation during the postnatal development of the rat prostate; b) periglandular innervation has more relevance than interglandular innervation in order to classify rats in age groups; and the peptidergic nerves from ventral, ampullar and periductal regions are more age-dependent than the nerves from dorso-lateral regions; c) the peptidergic nerves from ventral, ampullar and periductal regions are more age-dependent than the nerves from the dorsolateral region.
For botryllids specifically, allorecognition responses at the blood level are observed as a darkening either within the cells involved or associated with blood cells that have leaked out of their ampullar vessels and contacted cells or plasma from the opposing colony.
reptans, cellular junctions between the epithelial cells of ampullar tips became loose, and some gaps appeared (arrow in [ILLUSTRATION FOR FIGURE 8A OMITTED]).
Morula cell infiltration, which occurs in allorejection in most botryllid species, might be facilitated by the change of permeability in the ampullar epithelium (Taneda and Watanabe, 1982a).
The ampullar epithelial cells might lead to the rejection reaction, at least in S.
As previously described in detail (1), hemoblast cells are pumped into the lumen of growing ampullae by rhythmic contraction waves generated by the ampullar walls, and hemoblast cells are often observed in the tip region of ampullae.
The connective tissue of the ampullar wall plays a crucial role in controlling the shape change of the ampulla (see below).
The connective tissue fibers observed in both the tube foot and the ampullar wall play a crucial role in the mechanics of the tube foot and the ampulla.
The connective tissue fiber reinforcement of the ampullar wall is also functionally important.