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Volume 42, 2022International Scientific and Practical Conference “Sustainable Development of Traditional and Organic Agriculture in the Concept of Green Economy” (SDGE 2021)
|Number of page(s)||8|
|Section||Agrobiotechnology in Crop and Livestock Production|
|Published online||13 January 2022|
Adaptive morphogenesis of lamb liver under Anthropobiocenosis conditions lamb liver morphogenesis
Federal State Autonomous Educational Institution of Higher Education “Crimean Federal University named after V.I. Vernadskiy” of Agrotechnological Academy, 295492, Simferopol, Russia
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Investigated the histological features of the structure of hepar of one-day-old lambs (ODL) using a complex of morphological techniques. It was found that hepar in ODL is formed by stroma and parenchyma. The stromal elements of the organ are formed by loose lugs of hematopoietic connective tissue, which in turn forms a capsule (2.80-7.23 microns thick), as well as the septa of the lobules, which include the hepar triads and paravasal tissue of efferent blood vessels. As a result of the studies, the prevalence of the stroma in the hematopoietic foci around large afferent blood vessels, especially in the hepar hilus, was revealed. The hepar parenchyma in ODL has structural incompleteness. It is formed by hepar cells and numerous resinusoidal cells located in the subcapsular, peripheral, central zones in the lobus hepatis. Hepar cells located in the subcapsular zone (SZ) have a more optically cleared (OC) cytoplasm, and the practically cleared cytoplasm of the hepatocyte diameter (HD) decreases towards the central zone (CZ). In the hepar parenchyma of the ODL, hematopoiesis foci (HF) are established in each of the lobes, which tend to decrease from the periphery to the center of the lobes. Hemopoetic cells (HC) are located between hepatocytes, densely layering on top of each other, and there are also cells located sparsely between the liver cells (LC). The number of hepatocytes per 1 mm2 of the area of the histological specimen in the left lobe (LL) of the ODL reaches the highest value 5983.79 ± 90.40, in the right lobe (RL) of the liver it is 5358.80 ± 646.60, while in the middle it has a minimum value and reaches 5133.10 ± 205.75.
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