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Histological studies on the adrenal cortex of the fowl. III. Alterations induced by starvation with a supply of weak saline



Histological studies on the adrenal cortex of the fowl. III. Alterations induced by starvation with a supply of weak saline



Japanese Journal of Zootechnical Science 47(11): 625-631



The effects of starvation on cortical tissue were studied histologically in 60-day-old cockerels receiving 0.5% saline as drinking water. Starvation for five days caused some rise in the weight of the adrenal gland, with the proliferation of pale cells in the whole cortical tissue, though the number of fuchsinophile cells was decreased. The sudanophilic lipid and cholesterol contents diminished, whereas the alkaline phosphatase activity was increased.

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