ANNALS OF THE ROMANIAN SOCIETY FOR CELL BIOLOGY journal of R.S.C.B. Society. The society was founded in 1982 Afiliated at Int. Fed. for Cell Biology (
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Vol. XXI Issue 3 2017
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  • Secretory mechanisms in granular ducts in rat mandibular gland

    Granular ducts in the mandibular gland in rats present various types of cells. The secretion mechanism of these cells is different, thus we aimed to assess the secretory mechanisms present in cells lining the granular ducts in the mandibular glands in albino Wistar rat. The study was approved by the Bioethics Committee of University of Agricultural Sciences and Veterinary Medicine in ClujNapoca. We utilized 5 adult male albino Wistar rats, harvested the mandibular glands and processed them for histological examination. Upon examining the slides, we observed that most of the cells presented merocrine secretory mechanism, but some presented bulges in the apical pole with ...

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  • Effects of sucrose on structure and functioning of photosynthetic apparatus of G alanthus nivalis l. leaves exposed to chilling stress

    The effects of sucrose (Suc) on the ultrastructure of photosynthetic apparatus (PSA) and its functional characteristics were investigated in chilling-tolerant Snowdrop (Galanthus nivalis L.). On the first stage of the experiments, the plants were acclimated at +5 °C and then their detached leaves were subjected to low temperatures (–5 or –15 °C) in the presence of Suc (0.02 or 0.1 M). The electron microscopic analysis showed that Suc treatment at +5 °C induced granal thylakoid elongation and reduction of number of thylakoids. At negative temperatures, the number of thylakoids per granum and ...

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  • Contributions to the knowledge of the anatomo-histological structure of the plant Teucrium montanum l. (lamiaceae)

    The plant is acknowledged for its high content in volatile oil (Vucović et al., 2008), phenols and flavons (Stankovic et al., 2011, Tumbas et al., 2004) being appreciated and used especially in Balkan countries for the antibacterial (Vucović et al., 2008), antimicrobial (Djilas et al., 2006), anti-inflammatory and antioxidant (Čanadanović-Brunet et al., 2006, Stankovic et al., 2011) effects. The cross section were cut manually through the stem and leaf of the species Teucrium montanum L. highlighted the ...

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