hepatopancreatic

hep·a·to·pan·cre·a·tic

(hep'ă-tō-pan-crē-ă'tik),
Relating to the liver and pancreas.

hepatopancreatic

involving the pancreas and the liver.

hepatopancreatic necrosis
see necrotizing hepatopancreatitis.
hepatopancreatic parvovirus disease
usually multifactorial in etiology, including parvovirus and bacteria, in juvenile Penaeus spp.
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Dietary microencapsulated organic acid blend enhances growth, phosphorus utilization, immune response, hepatopancreatic integrity and resistance against Vibrio harveyi in white shrimp, Litopenaeus vannamei.
At higher concentrations, such metal ions become toxic, and a regulatory mechanism involving mitochondrial heavy-metal sequestration has been suggested in the mitochondria of epithelial hepatopancreatic cells from species such as the American lobster Homarus americanus.
In the presence of hepatopancreatic tissue in pancreatic acinar cells containing secretory granules numerous eosinophils was also observed.
Hepatopancreatic, gill, muscle, and gonadal tissues of the diseased crabs were fixed in 2.
Perhaps direct exposure of the mature hepatocyte to BPA elicits different cellular transcriptional responses in comparison with the endoderm, hepatopancreatic progenitor cells, or hepatoblast during development.
The hepatopancreatic glucose, total protein, glycogen, total lipid, acylglycerides, and sterols were extracted and measured according to Sanchez-Paz et al.
The presence of epicarditis fibrinous, fibrinous perisplenitis, meningitis, hepatopancreatic granulomas, bacterial nests, necrotic foci, infiltration and presence hepatopancreas melanomacrophages centres is also reported by Chen et al (19) in positive tilapia to S.
The lumina of hepatopancreatic tubules in regions in which necrosis was occurring were typically filled with sloughed epithelial cells that contained pyknotic or karyorrhectic nuclei, some necrotic tubules and melanin-like area in the tissue.
Reproductive exhaustion may cause a lower gonadosomatic index, disorganization of the hepatopancreatic structure, and lower levels of total proteins, lipids, and cholesterol in the hemolymph and hepatopancreas (Lumare, 1979; Cheng et al.
My ERC-funded project (ERC Starting Grant HEPATOPANCREATIC ) is focused on the molecular mechanisms underlying cellular plasticity between liver and pancreatic cells.
The pancreatic duct (of Wirsung) extends through the length of the gland and empties into the duodenum at the hepatopancreatic ampulla (of Vater) through which the common bile duct from the liver and gallbladder also enters the duodenum.
INTRODUCTION: Brunner's glands (or duodenal glands) are compound tubular submucosal glands found in that portion of the duodenum which is above the hepatopancreatic sphincter (Sphincter of Oddi).