Malpighi


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Mal·pi·ghi

 (măl-pē′gē, mäl-), Marcello 1628-1694.
Italian anatomist who was a pioneer in using the microscope to study anatomy and is noted for his description of the capillary system.

Malpighi

(Italian malˈpiːɡi)
n
(Biography) Marcello (marˈtʃɛllo). 1628–94, Italian physiologist. A pioneer in microscopic anatomy, he identified the capillary system (1661)
Malpighian adj

Mal•pi•ghi

(mælˈpi gi, mɑl-)

n.
Marcello, 1628–94, Italian anatomist.
Mal•pigh′i•an (-ˈpɪg i ən) adj.
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Se recomiendan los libros de Juan de Dios Lopez (1700-1770), Compendio Anatomico, de tres tomos, resumen como el senala, de la obra de Winslow y, el libro de Bonnels y Lacaba, catalan el primero y madrileno el segundo, Curso completo de anatomia del cuerpo, basado en Winslow, Vieussens, Willis, Ferrier, Malpighi, Valsalva y Lancisi.
La epidermis esta compuesta fundamentalmente por las celulas de Malpighi.
In the 17th century, however, Malpighi had first published a scientific study on skin color, to be followed by John Hunter, who described the pigmentary layer of the skin.
Dependiendo de la especie del nematodo, la primera fase larval (L1) invade la grasa corporal (Habronema spp) o tubos de Malpighi (D.
Histological examination of the circumcision tissue usually confirms the diagnosis, showing hyperkeratosis with follicular plugging, atrophy of the stratum spongiosum Malpighi with hydropic degeneration of basal cells, lymphedema, hyalinosis and homogenization of collagen in the upper-dermis, and inflammatory infiltration in the mid-dermis.
Our visit to Acetaia Malpighi in Modena, near Maranello, included an education on how some of the barrels still used - one worth an eyewatering [euro]40,000 - are 300 years old.
La toxina es responsable de afectar varias organelas celulares, causando paralisis (Roberts 1969), y por ende disfuncion de los organos de Malpighi, hemocitos y tejido muscular.
2D), e igualmente presentan seis tubulos de malpighi de aspecto verde-amarillento, delgado, alargados dispuestos en arreglos de dos grupos dorsales y ventrales equidistantes uno del otro.
Con este primer trabajo descubrimos a un Leibniz suficientemente dotado como para discutir con sus contemporaneos--Huygens, Newton, Bernoulli, Malpighi, Schwamerdamm, Stenon, Hobbes, Descartes, etc.
PAM was first described by Malpighi in 1686, who provideda concise and precise macroscopic description of the disease.
From the time of its discovery in the 1600s by Malpighi, the endothelium was considered an inactive physical barrier between the walls of vessels and the flow of blood.
HISTOPATHOLOGICAL EXAMINATION: Histopathological examination in both cases shows hyperkeratosis and suprabasal acantholysis, abnormal keratinisation in the form of corps rond in stratum Malpighi and grains in horny layer are also seen.