atretic


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a·tret·ic

(ă-tret'ik),
Relating to atresia.
Synonym(s): atresic, imperforate

atretic

See atresia.

a·tret·ic

(ă-tret'ik)
Relating to atresia.
Synonym(s): imperforate.

atretic

being in a state of atresia; without an opening.

atretic follicle
an ovarian follicle in an undeveloped state due to immaturity, poor nutrition or systemic disease; manifested by prolonged anestrus.
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The ovarian atretic process in female striped mullet was characterized by four distinct stages that followed a very similar progression to that described for the northern anchovy (Hunter and Macewicz, 1985).
Atretic oocytes were present in low proportions from March to April and in high proportions in May.
These fish were chosen because histological examination of their other ovarian lobe demonstrated that the ovaries were in atretic state 0 or early state 1, i.
From the practical standpoint, dealing with atretic losses that may continue into the spawning period is much less important for L.
Like stage-II ovaries, stage-III ovaries can, but do not necessarily, contain brown bodies or atretic oocytes as evidence of probable prior spawning.
2005) reported that atretic follicles in the ovarian cortex of prepubertal gilts were observed in the treatment with 40 [micro]g ZEA/kg body weight.
Also, atretic follicles showed significant increase that is consistent with the results of Gul (2009) and also Sandra et al (2000) that studied the effects of waves with low intensity and 33 and 50 Hz on follicles such In vitro.
atretic advanced stage oocytes) were used to designate females as immature, mature resting, mature active, or postspawning (classes 1-4, respectively).
Sections cut from paraffin-embedded ovaries were stained with hematoxylin and cosin to count preovulatory follicles, corpora lutea, antral follicles, and atretic follicles using a light microscope as described by Parborell et al.
138) In some cases, an atretic ureter may accompany an atrophic kidney with minimal renal parenchyma.
During the winter season, adult females exhibited only primary growth oocytes (chromatin nucleolar oocytes and perinucleolar oocytes) and atretic follicles (Figure 1D).
Nasal cerebral heterotopia: Nasal atretic cephalocele.