Articles written in Proceedings – Section B
Volume 58 Issue 6 December 1963 pp 367-374
The effect of injection of insulin into
Injection of insulin produces an increase of glycogen content in the digestive diverticula and foot but there is a differential effect of insulin on the glycogen content of digestive diverticula and foot. The former seems to be a labile storehouse of carbohydrates and the latter a more stable store, with probably some mechanism of regulation.
Volume 59 Issue 6 June 1964 pp 318-327
1. Effects of different concentrations of alloxan on the blood glucose and tissue glycogen levels of the estuartine clam,
2. In alloxan-diabetic specimens, there is an increase in the glycogen content in the foot and digestive diverticula. The overall increase and the range of fluctuations was greater in the digestive diverticula.
3. Alloxan shows a differential effect on the quantity of glycogen in the tissues.
4. Alloxan effect on
Volume 75 Issue 4 April 1972 pp 191-200
Seasonal variation of the interrenal cell-types both in male and female
The decrease of compact cells and regression of interrenal activity resulting from steroid administration were found to be statistically significant. Concomitant with the decrease of interrenal activity, a regression of interstitium of testis has been noticed.
Pituitary administration stimulates interrenal activity accompanied by an increased spermatogenesis.
A possible role of exogenous steroid and pituitary hormones on the interrenal has been discussed.
Volume 77 Issue 5 May 1973 pp 190-195
The gonadal and interrenal steroid of