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The anal papillae of mosquito larvae are osmoregulatory organs in direct contact with the external aquatic environment that actively sequester ions and take up water in dilute freshwater
Major duodenal papilla. Interior of the descending portion of the duodenum, showing bile papilla.
Hypertrophied papillae are benign acquired polypoid projections of anal squamous epithelium and subepithelial connective tissue at the base of anal columns
Osmoregulation in larval Chironomidae (Diptera) takes place in the anal papillae and their size is believed to be associated with osmoregulatory stress.
Rhesus glycoproteins contribute to ammonia excretion by larval anal papillae.
Rosenfeld shows how to remove an anal papillae (dangleberry ) on national television in this episode of The Doctors.
Pharmacological characterisation of apical Na + and Cl – transport mechanisms of the anal papillae in the larval mosquito.
The findings of this study coupled with the consideration of clinical observations impel one to consider that anal papillae are ...
This report describes the occurrence of stromal atypia in anal papillae.