Cyto-Morphological Particularities of Hair Cuticle in Ruminants

MIRELA CADAR

Abstract


By an own technical procedure in the fluorescence microscopy it was examined the primary hair cuticle collected from shoulder blade region in four ruminant mammal families (bovine, ovine, goats and deer). In these ruminant families we observed different cuticle types: denticulate in bovine, reticulate in ovine and squamous in goats and deer. It comes out that different breed of the same family present same cyto-morphological type of hair cuticle, but with some particularities. Also, it is possible that species from different families to present the same cuticle type.

Keywords


hair cuticle; cyto-morphological particularities; ruminants

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.15835/buasvmcn-asb:66:1-2:3318




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