. The anatomical record. Anatomy; Anatomy. 218 The Anatomical Eecord Feb. 29, 'OS. appear to be a typical arrangement in parallel rows without intercellular substance; but the Mallory stain shows fine blue fibrils here and there between the cells. These findings seem to make it certain that v. Bar- deleben was mistaken in his view that the interstitial cells have a typical epithelial arrangement without formed intercellular substance. Tliey. Fig. 4. A single intertubular space from a digested cat's testis highly magnified. The scantiness of the connective tissue and the large size of the meshe

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. The anatomical record. Anatomy; Anatomy. 218 The Anatomical Eecord Feb. 29, 'OS. appear to be a typical arrangement in parallel rows without intercellular substance; but the Mallory stain shows fine blue fibrils here and there between the cells. These findings seem to make it certain that v. Bar- deleben was mistaken in his view that the interstitial cells have a typical epithelial arrangement without formed intercellular substance. Tliey. Fig. 4. A single intertubular space from a digested cat's testis highly magnified. The scantiness of the connective tissue and the large size of the meshe
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. The anatomical record. Anatomy; Anatomy. 218 The Anatomical Eecord Feb. 29, 'OS. appear to be a typical arrangement in parallel rows without intercellular substance; but the Mallory stain shows fine blue fibrils here and there between the cells. These findings seem to make it certain that v. Bar- deleben was mistaken in his view that the interstitial cells have a typical epithelial arrangement without formed intercellular substance. Tliey. Fig. 4. A single intertubular space from a digested cat's testis highly magnified. The scantiness of the connective tissue and the large size of the meshes for the interstitial cells are shown. X about 500. are also quite contradictory of Nussbaum's opinion. Xor docs an ar- rangement in columns of cells, each column invested in an endothelial sheath as maintained by Ganfini, seem typical. It is true that such may seem to be the arrangement, particularly in the cat and the pig, unless such methods as the digestion and ^lallory's be employed. In these animals the interstitial cells are large and numerous, and the stroma is quite scanty; and a collection of Leydig's cells suljjci-ted to pressure by. Please note that these images are extracted from scanned page images that may have been digitally enhanced for readability - coloration and appearance of these illustrations may not perfectly resemble the original work.. Bardeen, Charles Russell, 1871-1935, ed; Boyden, Edward A. (Edward Allen), 1886-1976; Bremer, John Lewis, 1874- ed; Hardesty, Irving, b. 1866, ed; American Association of Anatomists; American Society of Zoologists; Wistar Institute of Anatomy and Biology. [New York, etc. ] A. R. Liss [etc. ]

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