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《Journal of Northwest Normal University(Natural Science Edition)》 2002-02
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The histological observation of the liver in Chroysolophus pictus

ZHANG De-lu, YU Shi-yuan, LIU Shi-qian, HU Chun-xiang (College of Life Science, Northwest Normal University, Lanzhou 730070, Gansu, China)  
The liver of Chroysolophus pictus is studied by histological methods. The results are as follows: The hepar of the Chroysolophus pictus is composed of a lot of hepatic lobules. A centeral vein passes through its longitidunal-axis center. The hepatic cord or plate and sinusiod surrounding the central vein lines into the radiating shape. The wall of the hepatic sinusiod consists of one-layer endothelial and Kupffer's cells. The Kupffer's cells which can be also seen in the hepatic sinusiod have protrusions. There are the bile canaliculus between the two-layer hepatic cells of the hepatic cord. In addition, the structure of the hepar is compared with that of other animals.
【Fund】: 甘肃省中青年科学基金资助项目(ZQ-97-005);; 西北师范大学中青年科学基金资助项目(NWNU-2001-02)
【CateGory Index】: Q959.7
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