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Studies On Changes in Blood-Cell Populations During Tail Regeneration in the Gekkonid Lizard, Hemidactylus Fla Vi Vir Id Is

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Involvement of the vascular system during tail regeneration in the gekkonid lizard, Hemidactylus flaviviridis, has been evaluated by examining changes in the blood and bone marrow cell populations during the process. An augmented lymphocytopoiesis is apparent during the wound healing phase which gradually reverts to normal. A role of lymphocytes in the healing process has been implicated. A decline in the total count of red blood corpuscles and hemoglobin content during the wound healing phase are correlated with the anaerobic metabolism prevailing at the wound site and in the body in general. Along with the changes in different cell components of the blood, concomitant changes in the bone marrow cell populations have been examined and discussed.

Affiliations: 1: Division of Developmental physiology, Department of Zoology, M.S. University of Baroda, India


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