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Stomata of Phymatopteris (fern)

Comparative Morphology of Leaf Epidermis in the Fern Genus Phymatopteris (Polypodiaceae)

by SHAO  Wen, LIU  Shu-Gang, SHANG  Qing-Chun

in PDR 2011, 33(2) 174-182 DOI:   10.3724/SP.J.1143.2011.09238… 137 more words

Morphological Types

Development of stomata

Mechanisms of stomatal development: an evolutionary view

by Anne Vatén and Dominique C. Bergmann

in EvoDevo 2012, 3:11  doi:10.1186/2041-9139-3-11

Abstract

Plant development has a significant postembryonic phase that is guided heavily by interactions between the plant and the outside environment. 157 more words

Morphological Types

Stomata in Monocots

Abnormal and Cytoplasmic Connection of Guard Cells of Stomata of Leaves of Six Species of the Monocots

by Babak Delnavaz Hashemloian and Azra Ataei Azimi… 108 more words

Morphological Types

Incyte Diagnostics Supports National Time Measure Study

Incyte Diagnostics is participating in the CDC/ASCT Services, Inc. Cytology Time Measure Study.  Observers are at Incyte Diagnostics this week to measure the actual amount of time cytotechnologists spend screening Pap tests using automated microscopes in the everyday environment of a cytology laboratory. 115 more words

Pathology

BASIC CONCEPTS IN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY

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Definition of Anatomy and Physiology

The word “anatomy” has Greek origin. A literal translation would be “a cutting open” Anatomy is the study of internal and external structures of the body and the physical relationships among body parts, for example studying how a particular muscle attaches to the skeleton. 821 more words

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