K Sasira Babu
Articles written in Proceedings – Animal Sciences
Volume 88 Issue 2 April 1979 pp 119-124
Proteolytic activity increased in brain, gastrocnemius muscle and liver of frog due to
Volume 89 Issue 1 February 1980 pp 29-38
The morphology of giant fibres in the last metasomatic ganglion of the scorpion,
Volume 89 Issue 4 July 1980 pp 381-385
Changes in the level of total proteins and protease activity in brain, muscle and liver tissues of normal and x-irradiated frogs were determined. Low doses of radiation produced an increment in protein level while high doses produced decrement. However, protease activity at all doses exhibited an elevatory trend. Exposure of frogs to lethal doses resulted in increased protease activity and decreased protein content during post-irradiation periods. The results are discussed on the basis of protein destruction and lysosomal damage.
Volume 91 Issue 3 May 1982 pp 225-234
Microanatomical studies on the 7th abdominal ganglion of the scorpion were carried out by histological methods. The ganglion revealed a total of approximately 2000 nuclei, most of them belonging to medium-sized cells. The connective and peripheral nerves revealed fibres of varying number in each, with fibres of 3 μm contributing largely to the total content. The fibres included the axons of motor, sensory and interneurons.
Volume 99 Issue 4 July 1990 pp 327-334
Hatching pattern in the silkworm,
Volume 99 Issue 6 November 1990 pp 467-475
Moulting patterns in the silkworm,