(f) Pericardium with strips of Malpighian
Cell death and survival alterations in Malpighian
tubules of Triatoma infestans following heat shock.
Then total RNAs of different tissues (cuticle, fat body, hemolymph, Malpighian
tubule, midgut, and silk gland) from ten normal larvae of fifth instar were also extracted, respectively, and the cDNA templates were synthesized using the same methods.
The histologic analysis revealed a high grade papillary urothelial carcinoma with a malpighian
Fluid secretion by single isolated Malpighian
tubules of the house cricket, Acheta domesticus, and their response to diuretic hormone.
Expression of ApDef in various tissues qRT-PCR and immunoblot were carried out to determine the expression levels of ApDef in different tissues including the fat body, midgut, hemocytes, malpighian
tubule and epidermis of A.
keratinized multilayered epithelium associated with adipose tissue.
Silkworm larval tissues, including silk gland, midgut, fat body, hemocyte, head, integument, Malpighian
tubule, ovary, and testis, were isolated from female and male larval individuals on L5D3.
Chen et al., "Ethylene glycol induces calcium oxalate crystal deposition in Malpighian
tubules: a Drosophila model for nephrolithiasis/urolithiasis," Kidney International, vol.
One theory holds that uric acid in fat body is transported via the Malpighian
tubules to the hindgut, where it undergoes anaerobic digestion by uricolytic bacteria (Breznak 2000).
"Female mosquitoes rely on their kidneys (called Malpighian
tubules) when consuming a human blood meal.
In the same way, it is also the only genus in which the species produce silk from the anus using modified Malpighian
tubules (Ferriere 1941), for the spinning of the cocoon.