present or absent in TI and TII, if present generally in the form of fine and disperse hairs, rarely as thick and dense bristles (Fig.
Anatomical sections of control and vehicle control mice fetuses showed normal left and right ventricles of brain, serous glands, intra-retinal space, lens, neural layer of retina, mandibular gland and cerebral aqua duct, hyaloid cavity, nasal septum and nasal cavity, primordium of frontal bone, follicle of vibrissae
One approach was counted if the rats maintained their nose within 3 cm of the objects and showed vibrissae
movement for at least 1 second.
We took two additional external measurements of well-preserved specimens: length of the mystacial vibrissae
, and length of the terminal tuft of long hairs on the tail.
The vibrissal system contains an array of specialized vibrissae
as the input stage of an extremely sensitive tactile system.
Stage 1--Hyperactivity, restlessness, and vibrissae
stimulated forelimb placing test was employed to evaluate the neurofunction of rats at 1, 3, 5, 7, 9, 11, and 13 days after surgery and to assess the influence of surgery and cancer growth on neurofunction.
More than 70% of the neurons innervating the mystacial vibrissae
responded to stimulation of the upper A-C rows, whereas our results from 16 neurons with club-like endings primarily innervate vibrissae
in the lower rows (C-E and small vibrissae
After this trimming of vibrissae
was done over both side for better exposure and prevention of furuncle and or boil on vestibule.
The genus Neophyllomyza Melander, 1913 (Milichiidae: Phyllomyzinae) can be separated from other genera of the subfamily Phyllomyzinae by the following characteristics: paired cruciate setae present along the middle of the front; fron-to-orbital setae extending quite to antennae, the upper ones diverging, the lower converging; face excavated, cheeks narrow, oral vibrissae
large; proboscis long, slender, geniculate; lunule small, bare; one humeral, 2 notopleural, one presutural, 2 supra-alar; one katepisternal, no anepisternal setae (Melander 1913; Brochu & Wheeler 2009).
The pattern of mouse vibrissae
follicles are modified to form mucus gland pattern and alsofeather epidermis of the chick are reported to be transformed from the chick scales epidermis.
acrobata can be identified by some characters, like a very long muzzle, reduced size of ears, long mystacial vibrissae
, short and blunt nails covered by hair, large digital pads, lack of tail, and gray-light brown agouti coarse pelage.