Questions related to Veterinary Anatomy
Please suggest me for the journals with impact factor (>1.5) with less article processing and publication charges for publication related to veterinary Anatomy?
I want to find the target receptor for a ligand ,whose effects can be beleived to vary in physiological system of underdeveloped or new born pupps than in adult dogs. How to find the function and mechanism of the same ligand in mice models ,for the treatment of neurological disorders in dogs.
I have used Allen Mouse Brain Explorer for years and it was awesome but it no longer works on my Mac and its super depressing. Any recommendations for anatomy/ comparative anatomy atlases with advanced features or photos as apposed to illustrations ?
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I am planning to measure the craniometry of the Philippine native dog so as to have a basis of proof to consider them as mesaticephalic breed of dog.
I observed some thing that resemble an unfertilized egg in my tank of captive Homalopsis buccata. I am curious about this because as far as i know there is only oviparous species who could lay an unfertlized egg. Anybody can explain what is this and suggest some paper about it? Thanks
What are the parasitology guides that you are recommending to identify the helminth infections of wild animals? Especially helminth infections of amphibians.
Please mention links of guides/books which are available to refer online or titles of the books that you know.
In many cases, pre-cervical uterine torsion in ewe and does are mis-diagnosed as deficiency in cervical dilatation. We reach the definite diagnosis only after CS. Could these cases be diagnosed before operation?
While studying M. electricus, my co-author and I were observed that, the skull of M. electricus was consisted of both bones and cartilage, as the frontal, parietal,
supraoccipital, postparietal, sphenotic and pterootic were remained cartilages in mature fish (J. Morphol. Sci., 2014, vol. 31, no. 3, p. 162-170). I wonder is this observed by researchers worked on other electric fishes, as we suggested that, these cartilage may play a role in protecting the electric fish brain from electric shocking.
At which stage of cranial suture obliteration one can assume the maturity in red deer male (and/or other modern species of deer)? Which is onthogenetic significance of the obliteration of fronto-parietal and interfrontal sutures (between pedicles) in this case?
Avian anatomy is so different from mammalian that this seems like a risky procedure, but I know people do these successfully. Any tips or resources to recommend?
Mostly soft tissues (liver, spleen) and bone marrow need to be homogenized prior to DNA extraction. Fitting into a 1.5ml tube is a must.
My final thesis is going to be on canine hip dysplasia in german shepherd. I have already started the bibliography, but in order for me to know how to assess the radiographies I need to see sites on radiographies assessed by expert doctors on this subject. Can anyone help me find articles & Hip dysplasia radiographies that are fully explained on how to put the degree of dysplasia?
I am wondering if it would be possible for a ruminant to grow as large as some of the largest land mammals to have lived. If it is not possible, one of the constraints might be the functionality of such a large rumen. Or what other factors are there to consider as well?
I am looking for someone who can help us with H&E staining of ~150 slides (mouse, fish, quail, and toad colons) that have been professionally prepared and embedded in paraffin mounts. I have another ~150 identical slides that I would like to get stained with Alcian Blue also, so we can visualize the mucin layers too if that is possible. I can pay for the costs of staining, but would prefer to offer someone a collaborative role in the manuscript that will be generated from this study. Any help would be appreciated.
The affected mullet was 5 years old. The swim bladder was formed on the outside of the fish's body. This fish survived and was easily collected from the surface of Caspian Sea. (Picture below).
What are your comments and diagnosis?