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pyk·not·ic

(pik-not'ik),
Relating to or characterized by pyknosis.

pyk·not·ic

(pik-not'ik)
Relating to or characterized by pyknosis.
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3), pyknotic nuclei, rounded up and sloughed from their basement membrane, and finally underwent cytolysis.
In addition, AsA treatment had no ability to maintain cell integrity when seeds moisture content increased to 16%, nuclear nucleolus presented pyknotic, but it had a slight protective effect on nuclear membrane and mitochondrial membrane (Fig.
In histopathological assessment results it is clear that the control group neurons had normal morphology, round nuclei, prominent nucleolus, and clear cytoplasm, while the ischemia group had many pyramidal cells with pyknotic nuclei, lack of nucleolus, and hyperchromatic cytoplasm.
Confirming to the literature, indeed we found by light microscopic analyses that diazinon induced pyknotic changes in nucleus, ballooning degeneration (fatty changes), periportal inflammation, and Kupffer cells hyperplasia (Figure).
24,25 Current findings also corroborate with those of the earlier studies in which necrosis of hepatocytes, pyknotic nuclei and deranged hepatic cords were reported in fluoride-treated adult rats.
01) changes in the multinuclear structure in spermatogenic cells, predominantly in primary spermatocyte cells in the walls of some tubules and necrotic spermatogenic cells with eosinophilic cytoplasm and pyknotic nucleus were observed (Figure 3c).
The nuclei are small, pyknotic, and dark blue, and the cytoplasm is large and light blue (figure 1).
8) Epithelial surface cells show vacuolated cytoplasm around irregular, pyknotic nuclei.
Compared with the control group (Figure 4A), the white LED group exposed to 750 lux white LED light for 28 days (Figure 4B) exhibited pyknotic photoreceptor nuclei, swelling of the inner segment, and a disorganized outer segment.
MEL protects the brain tissue from the oxidative stress induced hypobaric hypoxia (HH) and prohibit loss of pericellular haloes, shrunken neurons with scanty cytoplasm and hyperchromatic, pyknotic or absent nuclei; reactive gliosis and edema.
Histopathological examination showed significant epidermal atrophy and significant grenz zone and bundles of thin spindle like histiocytes with vortex arrangements with pyknotic nuclei and foamy cytoplasm were observed in the dermis (Figure 3).
Upon oviposition (stage 30), the corpora lutea significantly decrease in size and pyknotic nuclei (a sign of luteolysis) can be observed in the cells of the luteal mass.