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A comparative morphological and morphometric study of the chiropteran intestine
The structural characteristics of the intestinal tract of three species of bats namely the fruit bat Epomophorus wahlbergi and the entomophagous bats Miniopterus inflatus and Rhinolophus hildebrandti have been examined ...
Postnatal mammalian Lung development: The normal Events In a Marsupial, the Quokka Wallaby (Setonix Brachyurusi and the effects of Glucocorticoid treatment in a eutherian, the Rat (Rattus Norvegicusi).
(University of Nairobi, 1990)
The lungs of a marsupial, the quokka wallaby (Setonix brachyurus) were examined morphologically and morphometric ally at diverse age points from 3 days post partum to adulthood and the qualitative and quantitative changes ...
Morphological analysis of the postnatally developing marsupial lung: the quokka wallaby (setonix brachyurus: macropodidae, marsupialia).
The events that take place during the postnatal morphogenesis of the lung of the quokka wallaby, Setonix brachyurus, were investigated using the light microscope and both the scanning and transmission electron microscopes. ...