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Body-Wall grafting in Eisenia foetida

Malcolm John Parry

Body-Wall grafting in Eisenia foetida

an investigation on its survival and the cellular responses involved in the host-graft interaction.

by Malcolm John Parry

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Published .
Written in English


The Physical Object
Paginationv, 150 leaves, plates, refs
Number of Pages150
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Open LibraryOL13753440M


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Eisenia fetida (red wiggler) and E. eugeniae (African nightcrawler) have been used as bait worms since the s in North America (Mason et al., ), and these species of earthworms, plus P. excavatus, are currently used as a nutritional supplement in aquaculture.

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The medial and lateral giant nerve fibers in the earthworm, Eisenia foetida, regenerate cell-specific connections and recover through-conduction capabilities in as little as 1–2 days after.

Summary. The esophagus of Eisenia foetida is either everted or retracted after anterior wounding (first eight segments removed). When everted, it forms a temporary wound covering that is probably ultimately replaced by the migrating epidermis. The plug of coelomic cells which forms around the esophagus Body-Wall grafting in Eisenia foetida book after wounding is composed mainly of free coelomic cells (amoebocytes and eleocytes Cited by: Abstract.

Earthworms have been known in modern times since Darwin, but in relation to improvement of soil [23]. Comparative immunologists interested in evolution of immunity have now rediscovered the earthworm [11,12,29,31,40,43,71] to search for origins of immune mechanisms [13,14], as did Metchnikoffs crucial work and that of other early comparative immunologists [46], since certain Cited by: 4.

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In experiments with Xenopus laevis, we observed that exfoliated cells were not stained by trypan blue. Characterization of two endoglucanases for the classification of the earthworm, Eisenia fetida Waki.

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