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ultrastructural investigation of the development of the periodontium in the mouse

Eric Freeman

ultrastructural investigation of the development of the periodontium in the mouse

by Eric Freeman

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Published by University of Toronto, Faculty of Dentistry in Toronto .
Written in English


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Thesis (M.Sc.D.)--University of Toronto, 1970.

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Periodontium Ch STUDY. PLAY. part of the periodontium that provides the attachment of the teeth to the surrounding alveolar bone by way of the cementum, an organized fibrous connective tissue that also maintains the gingiva in proper relationship to the teeth, and acts as a shock absorber Development of the Head and Neck. terms. Atkinson ME () The development of the mouse molar periodontium. J Periodont Res 7: – PubMed Google Scholar Azuma M, Enlow DH, Fredrickson RG, Gaston LF () A myofibroblastic basis for the physical forces that produce tooth drift and eruption, skeletal displacement of sutures, and periosteal by: 4.

1. The gingiva and the covering of the hard palate, termed the masticatory mucosa (The gingiva is the part of the oral mucosa that covers the alveolar processes of the jaws and surrounds the necks of the teeth.). 2. The dorsum of the tongue, covered by specialized mucosa. 3. The oral mucous membrane lining the remainder of the oral cavity. Radaeva SA, Factor VM () Time course of development of oval cell population induced in the mouse liver by dipin and partial hepatectomy. Bull Exp Biol Med CrossRef Google Scholar Rao MS, Bendayan M, Kimbrough RD, Reddy JK () Characterization of pancreatic-type tissue in the liver of rat induced by polychlorinated by: 1.

Applications of atomic force microscopy to ultrastructural investigation of human spermatozoa are ­discussed, with particular emphasis to their most common pathological alterations, which are recognized to be associated with male infertility. Morphological alterations can be located in the head, neck piece, and/or in the by: 1.   periodontium made by shaukat oral anatomy department Slideshare uses cookies to improve functionality and performance, and to provide you with relevant advertising. If you continue browsing the site, you agree to the use of cookies on this website.


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Ultrastructural investigation of the development of the periodontium in the mouse by Eric Freeman Download PDF EPUB FB2

The deletion of the Bmp2 gene in Osterix+ cells, with the use of an Osterix-GFP-Cre mouse model, resulted in a dramatic phenotype in the development of tooth roots as well as in major defects in cellular cementogenesis, PDL formation, and alveolar bone formation around the teeth (Rakian et al.

In these mice, there were decreases in. The development of the periodontium — a largely ectomesenchymally derived unit The development of the periodontium — a largely ectomesenchymally derived unit Ten Cate, A.

Richard ISSN The development of the periodontiurn - a largely ectornesenchpdy derived unit A. RICHARD TENCATE The periodontium is simply defined as the tissues supporting and.

In contrast to the detailed paragraphs dealing with, for example, enamel and dentine, the section (about 40 pages and 20 illustra­ tions, mostly drawings) devoted to periodontal tissues failed to provide a factual review and summary of the contemporary knowledge and latest developments in research on the various components of the periodontium.

Pathology of the Developing Mouse: A Systematic Approach. by Brad Bolon April Pathology of the Developing Mouse provides, in so far as feasible, one complete reference on the design, analysis, and interpretation of abnormal findings that may be detected in developing mice before and shortly after particular, this book is designed specifically to be not only a “how to do.

Age changes in the periodontium of the mouse. In the present investigation, the surface of the outer cemental surface was observed to be very rough and spinous in nature.

The apices of the apinous processes blend into the principal fibers and supporting bone, so that eventually a fusion of either the two roots or roots to bone occurred Cited by: The Guide to Investigation of Mouse Pregnancy is the first publication to cover the mouse placenta or the angiogenic tree the mother develops to support the placenta.

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Anatomy of the Periodontium. The ultrastructural investigation of the human gingivo-dental junction shows that the plasmalemmata of the superficial epithelial cells, coated by numerous hemi.

Development of the_periodontium 1. Development of the Periodontium Development Of The Periodontium 2. Periodontium is defined as those tissues supporting & investing the tooth.

(Tencate 5th edi.) It consists of: 1. Development is the specified state of growth or advancement in a short period of time.

Experienced by individuals. Development of the Periodontium Development of Jaws The most anterior of the brachial arches undergoes tranformation to form the upper & lower jaws.

Ref: Human Embroyology by Dr. Bruce M. Carlson Development of Teeth Hyuk-Jae Edward Kwon * and Rulang Jiang, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, Cincinnati, OH, United States ã Elsevier Inc. Perio Chapter 1 - Periodontium. STUDY. PLAY. periodontium. the functional system of tissues that surrounds the teeth and attaches them to the jaw bone.

gingiva. the tissue that covers the cervical portions of the teeth and the alveolar process of the jaws. periodontal ligament. Development and General Structure of the Periodontium Article Literature Review in Periodontology 24(1) November with 1, Reads How we measure 'reads'.

Development of the periodontium Development is entirely from the ectomesenchyme from the dental follice (ectomesenchyme originates from the neural crest).

The periodontal ligament (PDL) maintains the environment and function of the periodontium. The PDL has been remodelled in accordance with changes in mechanical loading. Three-dimensional (3D Cited by: 1. Ultrastructural investigation revealed: 1) the presence of intracellular lead in electron dense phagolysosomes; and 2) that endometrial surfaces in lead-treated mice around implantation were not normal for the stage of development.

Oestradiol and progesterone given at implantation could completely counteract the effect of by: 8. An ultrastructural investigation of the development of the periodontium of the mouse Thesis submitted for master of Science Degree, Faculty of Dentistry, University of Toronto () Google ScholarCited by: Pathology of the Developing Mouse provides, in so far as feasible, one complete reference on the design, analysis, and interpretation of abnormal findings that may be detected in developing mice before and shortly after particular, this book is designed specifically to be not only a "how to do" manual for developmental pathology experimentation in mice but, more importantly, a "how to Format: Hardcover.

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Development of periodontium 1. (a largely ectomesenchymally derived unit) h R. Patel Dr. Shrikar Desai 2. Contents: •Introduction •Development of teeth •Stages of tooth growth •Hertwig’s epithelial root sheath & root formation •Development of cementum/ cementogenesis •Development of PDL •Development of alveolar bone •Development of dentogingival unit.

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