K Hanumantha Rao
Articles written in Proceedings – Animal Sciences
Volume 88 Issue 4 August 1979 pp 277-285
In the crab
Volume 88 Issue 6 December 1979 pp 421-424
An examination of twelve specimens of mongoose from Visakhapatnam District yielded fourteen cysts with two
Volume 89 Issue 3 May 1980 pp 297-301
A prosogonotrematid digenean (Trematoda) obtained from the marine fish
Volume 89 Issue 5 September 1980 pp 431-439
The anatomy of the reproductive systme of
Volume 89 Issue 5 September 1980 pp 449-456
The prismatic and nacreous layers in the shells of
Volume 90 Issue 2 March 1981 pp 237-251
Volume 90 Issue 3 May 1981 pp 307-314
The histology and histochemistry of the digestive gland and the investing epidermis of
Volume 91 Issue 2 March 1982 pp 113-120
The histology of the adrenals of the mongoose
Employing histochemical techniques it was revealed that the cortex is rich in glycoproteins, lipids and protein bound Amino groups. It has moderate amounts of proteins containing sulphydril and disulphide radicals and tyrosine. Tryptophan has not been detected.
Negligible amounts of mucopolysaccharides were detected in the medulla. Aspects dealing with the occurrence of carbohydrates, proteins and lipids in various regions of the cortex are discussed.
Volume 91 Issue 5 September 1982 pp 407-415
Histology and histochemistry of the albumen and capsular glands are described. Histochemical tests revealed the high proteinaceous nature of these glands. The secretion of the albumen gland is rich in carbohydrates besides protein whereas that of the capsular gland is a mucoprotein.
Volume 92 Issue 3 May 1983 pp 207-214
The tegumental glands in
Volume 93 Issue 1 January 1984 pp 35-41
Volume 94 Issue 1 January 1985 pp 11-19
The histology of plerocercoid of
The frontal glands contain carbohydrates (1, 2 glycols, both acid and neutral mucopolysac-charides), basic protein (tyrosine, S-H group, protein bound amino group) and phospholipids. The structure, organization and histochemistry of the plerocercoid is discussed.
Volume 94 Issue 2 April 1985 pp 145-151
A histological study of the male reproductive system undertaken in the present study has been concentrated on trematodes with a cirrus sac. Special attention has been focussed on the terminal genitalia. Five species of trematodes,
Volume 95 Issue 1 February 1986 pp 1-6
Reproductive cycle of the crab
Volume 95 Issue 6 December 1986 pp 713-717
Wide fluctuations in the concentration of the haemolymph protein and its copper were observed during the moult cycle of the crab