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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 (www.ifcbiol.org)
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  • Laser confocal microscopic study of callose in plants at nature submergence

    The distribution and relative content of callose in cell walls of epidermis, mesophyll and vessels of conductive bundles of Potamogeton perfoliatus, Potamogeton pectinatus and Myriophyllum spicatum leaves with the laser confocal microscopy (LSM 5, Germany) and Pascal program analyzed and compared to leaf anatomical characteristics. Nature submergence stimulates callose production in leaf cells of the epidermis and mesophyll. The dependence on content callose in cell walls on species, tissue and plant stage development established. It is revealed that callose content of mesophyll cells of plants during vegetative stage is much more in comparison with that in leaves at the flowering stage of plants. ...

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  • Histological aspects of the esophagus at Chinchilla (Chinchilla lanigera)

    From three clinically healthy Chinchilla males slaughtered by the owner for their fur, were collected esophagus fragments belonging to the three different areas: cervical, thoracic and abdominal. The tissue pieces were processed by the paraffin inclusion method in order to perform histological investigation. In all three different segments, the esophageal mucosa is represented by a stratified squamous epithelium with a granular layer twice as developed compared with the spinosum layer and with a medium degree of surface keratinization. Muscularis of the mucosa is well represented and present in all three segments, with a discreet thickening tendency from the cervical to the abdominal segment. It is disposed on a single layer and is formed from smooth muscle cells with longitudinal orientation....

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  • The antioxidants are not enough. Malus sylvestris (L.) Mill. extract enhances the carbon tetrachloride liver toxicity in albino rats

    Liver toxicosis induced by CCl4 exposure is a canonical model for steatohepatitis. Antioxidants are frequently used for hepatoprotection but sometimes they have no beneficial effect based on the prooxidant properties or matrix toxicity. Four experimental groups (Control, Extract, CCl4 and CCl4 + Extract) of albino rats were used in order to evaluate the effect of the hydroglycerin alcoholic Malus sylvestris (L.) Mill. extract in CCl4-induced steatohepatitis. Blood transaminases and TNFα were increased after CCl4 administration and cell-mediated inflammatory response was enhanced in the same way with transaminases and TNFα. ...

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