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Arias-Stella reaction

Arias-Stella reaction, also Arias-Stella phenomenon, is a benign change in the endometrium associated with the presence of chorionic tissue. Arias-Stella reaction of progesterone in the first place. Cytologically, it seems, the seriousness, and, ...

                                               

Bandls ring

Bandls ring is the abnormal junction between the two segments of the human uterus, which is a late sign associated with obstructed labor. Prior to the onset of labour, the junction between the lower and upper uterine segments is a slightly thicke ...

                                               

Canal of Nuck

The canal of Nuck, first described by Anton Nuck in 1691, is an abnormal patent pouch of peritoneum extending into the labia majora of women. It is analogous to a patent processus vaginalis in males. In rare cases, it may give rise to a cyst or a ...

                                               

Cervical ectropion

Cervical ectropion is a condition in which the cells from the inside of the cervical canal, known as glandular cells, are present on the outside of the vaginal portion of the cervix. The cells on the outside of the cervix are typically squamous e ...

                                               

Corpus hemorrhagicum

The corpus hemorrhagicum is a temporary structure formed immediately after ovulation from the ovarian follicle as it collapses and is filled with blood that quickly clots. After the trauma heals, the subsequent structure is called the corpus lute ...

                                               

Endometrium

The endometrium is the inner epithelial layer, along with its mucous membrane, of the mammalian uterus. It has a basal layer and a functional layer, the functional layer thickens and then is shed during menstruation in humans and some other mamma ...

                                               

Epoophoron

The epoophoron or epoophoron is a remnant of the mesonephric tubules that can be found next to the ovary and fallopian tube.

                                               

Female genitalia of cats

                                               

Female genitalia of horses

                                               

Fimbriae of uterine tube

In the female reproductive system, the fimbria is a fringe of tissue around the ostium of the Fallopian tube, in the direction of the ovary. The ovary is not directly connected to the adjacent fallopian tube. When ovulation may occur, the sex hor ...

                                               

Microglandular hyperplasia

Microglandular hyperplasia of the cervix is an epithelial benign abnormality associated with gland proliferation. It can terminate in mature squamous metaplasia, and it is suspected reserve cells are involved in this process, perhaps in the form ...

                                               

Myometrium

The myometrium is the middle layer of the uterine wall, consisting mainly of uterine smooth muscle cells, but also of supporting stromal and vascular tissue. Its main function is to induce uterine contractions.

                                               

Ostium of uterine tube

The ostium of the uterine tube may refer to the proximal or distal opening of the tube also called the Fallopian tube. The proximal opening of the Tube holes or the OS is placed inside the uterus at the uterotubal connection and accessible via hy ...

                                               

Ovarian follicle

An ovarian follicle is a roughly spheroid cellular aggregation set found in the ovaries. It secretes hormones that influence stages of the menstrual cycle. Women begin puberty with about 400.000 follicles, each with the potential to release an eg ...

                                               

Ovarian ligament

The ovarian ligament is a fibrous ligament that connects the ovary to the lateral surface of the uterus. This ligament should not be confused with the suspensory ligament of the ovary, which extends from the ovary in the other direction.

                                               

Round ligament of uterus

The round ligament of the uterus originates at the uterine horns, in the parametrium. The round ligament exits the pelvis via the deep inguinal ring, passes through the inguinal canal and continues on to the labia majora where its fibers spread a ...

                                               

Uterine appendages

They can be defined in slightly different ways: One dictionary includes the fallopian tubes, ovaries, and ligaments without specifying precisely which ligaments are included. Others include the supporting tissues". Some sources define the adnexa ...

                                               

Anthracite budgerigar mutation

The Anthracite budgerigar mutation is an extremely rare mutation that occurs in the budgerigar. The mutation, similar to the Violet budgerigar mutation, causes a difference in the coloring of budgerigars. Anthracites have black or very dark gray ...

                                               

Australian Pied budgerigar mutation

The Australian Pied budgerigar mutation is one of approximately 30 mutations affecting the colour of budgerigars. It is the underlying mutation of the Banded Pied variety.

                                               

Blue budgerigar mutation

The Blue budgerigar mutation is one of approximately 30 mutations affecting the colour of budgerigars. It is part of the genetic constitution of the following recognised varieties: Skyblue, Cobalt, Mauve and Violet.

                                               

Cinnamon budgerigar mutation

The Cinnamon budgerigar mutation is one of approximately 30 mutations affecting the colour of budgerigars. It is the underlying mutation of the Cinnamon variety and, with Ino, a constituent mutation of the Lacewing variety.

                                               

Clearflight Pied budgerigar mutation

The Clearflight Pied budgerigar mutation is one of approximately 30 mutations affecting the colour of budgerigars. It is the underlying mutation of the Continental Clearflight and Dutch Pied varieties. The Dark-eyed Clear variety results when the ...

                                               

Clearwing budgerigar mutation

The Clearwing budgerigar mutation is one of approximately 30 mutations affecting the colour of budgerigars. It is the underlying mutation of the Clearwing variety, often known as Yellowwings in the green series and Whitewings in the blue series. ...

                                               

Dark budgerigar mutation

The Dark budgerigar mutation is one of approximately 30 mutations affecting the colour of budgerigars. It is part of the genetic constitution of the following recognised varieties: Dark Green and Olive in the green series and Cobalt, Mauve and Vi ...

                                               

Dilute budgerigar mutation

The Dilute budgerigar mutation is one of approximately 30 mutations affecting the colour of budgerigars. It is one of the constituent mutations of several recognised varieties: the Light, Dark, Olive, Grey and Suffused Yellows and the Grey and Su ...

                                               

Dominant Clearbody budgerigar mutation

The Dominant Clearbody budgerigar mutation is one of approximately 30 mutations affecting the colour of budgerigars. It is the underlying mutation of the Easley Clearbody variety. Over the years many mutations have been registered, which produce ...

                                               

Dominant Grey budgerigar mutation

The Dominant Grey budgerigar mutation, often called the Australian Grey or simply Grey, is one of approximately 30 mutations affecting the colour of budgerigars. It is the basis of the Grey-Green and Grey standard varieties.

                                               

English Fallow budgerigar mutation

The English Fallow budgerigar mutation is one of approximately 30 mutations affecting the colour of budgerigars. At least three types of Fallow, the German, English and Scottish, all named after their country of origin, have been established, alt ...

                                               

English Grey budgerigar mutation

The English Grey budgerigar mutation is one of approximately 30 mutations affecting the colour of budgerigars. It appeared briefly in the 1930s but was lost shortly after and until recently was believed to be no longer extant. However, the appear ...

                                               

German Fallow budgerigar mutation

The German Fallow budgerigar mutation is one of approximately 30 mutations affecting the colour of budgerigars. At least three types of Fallow, the German, English, and Scottish, all named after their country of origin, have been established, alt ...

                                               

Greywing budgerigar mutation

The Greywing budgerigar mutation is one of approximately 30 mutations affecting the colour of budgerigars. It is the underlying mutation of the Greywing variety. When combined with the Clearwing mutation the variety is known as a Full-bodied Grey ...

                                               

Opaline budgerigar mutation

The Opaline budgerigar mutation is one of approximately 30 mutations affecting the colour or appearance of budgerigars. It is the underlying mutation of the Opaline variety. When combined with the Yellowface II and Clearwing mutations the Rainbow ...

                                               

Recessive Pied budgerigar mutation

The Recessive Pied budgerigar mutation is one of approximately 30 mutations affecting the colour of budgerigars. It is the underlying mutation of the Danish Pied variety, aka Harlequin. It is believed by Inte Onsman of MUTAVI to be the same mutat ...

                                               

Scottish Fallow budgerigar mutation

The Scottish Fallow budgerigar mutation is one of approximately 30 mutations affecting the colour of budgerigars. At least three types of Fallow, the German, English and Scottish, all named after their country of origin, have been established, al ...

                                               

Sex-linked Clearbody budgerigar mutation

The Sex-linked Clearbody budgerigar mutation is one of approximately 30 mutations affecting the colour of budgerigars. It is the underlying mutation of the Texas Clearbody variety. Over the years many mutations have been registered, which produce ...

                                               

Slate budgerigar mutation

The Slate budgerigar mutation is one of approximately 30 mutations affecting the colour of budgerigars. It is the underlying mutation of the Slate variety.

                                               

Violet budgerigar mutation

The violet budgerigar mutation is one of approximately 30 mutations affecting the colour of budgerigars. It is one of the constituent mutations of the violet variety.

                                               

Yellowface I budgerigar mutation

The Yellowface I Skyblue variety is the same in appearance as a normal Skyblue except that the forehead and mask, which is white in the normal Skyblue, is replaced by bright yellow, the short tail feathers show yellow instead of the normal white, ...

                                               

Yellowface II budgerigar mutation

The Yellowface II budgerigar mutation is one of approximately 30 mutations affecting the colour of budgerigars. In combination with the Blue, Opaline and Clearwing mutations, the single factor Yellowface II mutation produces the variety called Ra ...

                                               

Normal grey cockatiel

The normal grey cockatiel, wild type cockatiel, wild cockatiel or grey cockatiel, is the origin cockatiel of all colour genetics mutations, with mostly grey feathers and orange cheek patches.

                                               

Aetobatus laticeps

Aetobatus laticeps, the Pacific white-spotted eagle ray, is a species of cartilaginous fish in the eagle ray family Myliobatidae. It is found in the tropical East Pacific Ocean, ranging from Baja California to northern Peru, including the Galapag ...

                                               

New Zealand torpedo

Tetronarce fairchildi, commonly known as the New Zealand torpedo, is a species of electric ray of the family Torpedinidae found only around New Zealand, at depths of between 5 and 1.100 m. This species is placed in the genus Tetronarce. In June 2 ...

                                               

Dinematichthyini

Dinematichthyini is a tribe of viviparous brotulas, which is conventionally placed within the subfamily Brosmophycinae. They are differentiated from the other tribe within that subfamily, the Brosmophycinae, by having a single pair of ossified ge ...

                                               

Grandfather hapuku

The eastern red scorpionfish, grandfather hapuku, New Zealand scorpionfish, or New Zealand red rock cod, Scorpaena cardinalis, is a scorpionfish of the family Scorpaenidae, found in New Zealand and southern Australia.

                                               

Redbanded rockfish

Sebastes babcocki is a species of fish in the rockfish family known by the common name redbanded rockfish. Other common names include bandit, barber pole, flag rockfish, Spanish flag, Hollywood, convict, and canary. It is native to the northern a ...

                                               

Sebastes semicinctus

Sebastes semicinctus is a species of fish in the rockfish family found in Eastern Central Pacific Like nearly 70 other species in the genus Sebastes, they are viviparous.

                                               

Viviparous brotula

The viviparous brotulas form a family, the Bythitidae, of ophidiiform fishes. They are known as viviparous brotulas as they generally bear live young, although there are indications that some species do not. They are generally infrequently seen, ...

                                               

Gluteome

The term gluteome is used to describe the entire set of all gluten-like proteins in grains, which consumption causes occurrence of clinical manifestations in celiac patients. These proteins include gliadins and glutenins from wheat, secalins from ...

                                               

Gluteomics

The word gluteomics describes the systematic study on the T cell stimulatory peptides in celiac disease. These peptides are derived from gluten or gluten-like proteins. Usually the term gluteomics is used in the context of global approach to iden ...

                                               

Armenian Tumbler

The Armenian Tumbler is a breed of tumblers that originated in Armenia, where they are bred for their color and flight. As the name suggests the Armenian Tumbler is a part of the Tumbler family. The species, like most pigeon species, has the abil ...

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