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Program and abstracts of papers presented at the thirty-fifth annual meeting of the midwest association of anatomists October 7 У9 1977 Omaha Nebraska (pp. 525 У533)

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MIDWEST ASSOCIATION OF ANATOMISTS
Thirty-Fifth Annual Meeting
October 7-9, 1977
Holiday Inn, Omaha, Nebraska
PROGRAM
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 7
Morning
8:OO REGISTRATION BEGINS
1O:OO COMMERCIAL EXHIBITS: COFFEE
Afternoon
PAPERS FROM PLATFORM
SESSION I. MORPHOLOGY AND STRUCTURE
1:15-2:30
Chairman: P. J. GARDNER
1:15 1. FEELY, D. E. and S. L. ERLANDSEN, Department of Anatomy, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minnesota. Isolation of the intestinal
protozoan Giardia muris: Viability and the effect of diet.
1:30 2. LEUSCHEN, M. P., Departments of Anatomy, Physiology and
Biophysics, University of Nebraska Medical Center, Omaha, Nebraska.
Cyclic AMP level and cell shape in cultures from normal and SSPE virus
infected human brain tissue.
ANAT. REC., 189: 525-534.
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1:45 3. McMASTER, B. S., Department of Biological Sciences, Illinois State
University, Normal, Illinois. The histology of the mental barbel of certain
aquatic turtles.
2:OO 4. RUBEN, R. L. and K. A. RAFFERTY, JR., Department of Anatomy,
University of Illinois Medical Center, Chicago, Illinois. Anchorage independence and predictable crisis in SV40-transformed cells.
2:15 5. CRALLEY, J. C. and E. J. WINGFIELD 111,Department of Biological
Sciences, Illinois State University, Normal, Illinois. Morphometric
studies of the dorsum of the human foot.
2:30-3:00 COFFEE BREAK
SESSION 11. GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT
3:00-4~45
Chairman: E. A. HOLYOKE
3:OO 6. SINGER, R. and K. KIMURA, Department of Anatomy, University of
Chicago and Department of Anatomy, National Defense Medical College,
Tokorozawa, Japan. Brachymesophalangia of the fifth finger.
3:15 7. DINSMORE, C. E., Department of Anatomy, Rush Medical College,
Chicago, Illinois. Protease inhibitor activity in the regenerating and nonregenerating humerus of the adult newt, Notophthalmus uiridescens.
3:30 8. LAMAR, C. H., Y. C. HWAND, and B. G. MILLER, Department of
Anatomy, Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana. Growth and characterization of canine skin explant cultures.
3:45 9. STINSON, W. W., J. G. SHARP and J. W. OSBORNE, Department of
Anatomy, University of Nebraska Medical Center, Omaha, Nebraska and
Radiation Research Laboratory, University of Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa. Histogenesis of radiation-induced intestinal tumors.
4:OO 10. FATEMI, S. H. and G. PEREIRA, Department of Anatomy, University of Nebraska Medical Center, Omaha, Nebraska. Selective damage
induced in the gastricparietal cells of the adult mouse by dietary deficiency.
4:15 11. CAMPBELL, C. and J. G.SHARP, Department of Anatomy, University of Nebraska Medical Center, Omaha, Nebraska. Effects of thymectomy
on the femoral growth plate of the rat.
4:30 12. WOOD, S. R., J. D. HUNTER and N. SEMKO, Department of
Anatomy, University of Nebraska Medical Center, Omaha, Nebraska and
Department of Biology, University of Texas a t El Paso. The action of
hepatic growth factor on normal mouse liver.
5:OO BUSINESS MEETING
8:OO
SOCIALIZER
PROGRAM
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 8
Morning
8:OO REGISTRATION CONTINUES
PAPERS FROM PLATFORM
SESSION 111. HEMOPOIESIS; LYMPHOID SYSTEM
8 : O O - l l : 15
Co-Chairmen: J. G. SHARP, R. K. JORDAN
8:OO
13. HWANG, Y. C. and D. J. EDWARDS, Department of Anatomy,
School of Veterinary Medicine, Purdue University, West Lafayette,
Indiana. Changes in the canine leukocyte differential counts following treatments by electro-acupuncture.
8:15 14. ANDERSON, R. W.,J. G. SHARP and W. W. STINSON, Department of Anatomy, University of Nebraska Medical Center, Omaha,
Nebraska. Characteristics of cultured bone marrow stromal cells.
8:30
15. CROUSE, D. A., E. J. AINSWORTH and J. S . HULESCH, Department of Anatomy, University of Nebraska Medical Center, Omaha,
Nebraska and Division of Biological and Medical Research, Argonne
National Laboratory, Argonne, Illinois. Thymidine suicide studies on
hematopoietic stem cells in aging irradiated mice.
8:45 16. JELINEK, E. H. and G. PEREIRA, Department of Anatomy, University of Nebraska Medical Center, Omaha, Nebraska. Verifiation of the
existence of a blood-splenic white pulp barrier.
9 00-9:30
9:30
COFFEE BREAK
17. HARPER, C. M., T. W. BAUER and J. G. SHARP, Department of
Anatomy, University of Nebraska Medical Center, Omaha, Nebraska.
Evaluation of the in vitro induction of PHA-responsiveness of splenocytes
from neonatally thymectomized rats.
9:45 18. GARBER, S . L. and P. J. O’MORCHOE, Departments of Anatomy
and Pathology, Loyola University Stritch School of Medicine, Maywood,
Illinois. A morphometric and quantitative study of the lymphocytes in
canine peripheral blood and renal hilar lymph,
1O:OO 19. GOULD, R. N., N. F. METCALF and W. K. METCALF, Department
of Anatomy, University of Nebraska Medical Center, Omaha, Nebraska.
Density profiles of lymphocytes during the immune response of pregnancy
and malignant disease.
10:15 20. LAHEY, R. D. and G. PEREIRA, Department of Anatomy, University of Nebraska Medical Center, Omaha, Nebraska. Re-evaluation of the
concept of a blood-thymus barrier.
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10:30 21. JORDAN, R. K., Department of Anatomy, University of Newcastle
upon Tyne, Newcastle upon Tyne, Great Britain. In vitro models of thymic
microenvironment.
10:45 22. BAUER, T. W., G. PEREIRA and J. G. SHARP, Department of
Anatomy, University of Nebraska Medical Center, Omaha, Nebraska.
Morphological observations of cell types present in monolayer cultures of
thymic non-lymphoid cells.
11:OO
23. LIPSCOMB, H. L., S. BOHBRINK and J. G. SHARP, Department of
Anatomy, University of Nebraska Medical Center, Omaha, Nebraska. A
model for studying autoimmune-type endocrine changes employing infant
thymectomized rats.
SESSION IV. NEUROANATOMY; NEUROCYTOLOGY
8: 00-9:
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Chairman: A. M. EARLE
8:OO 24. COOPER, M. H.,Department of Anatomy, Wayne State University
School of Medicine, Detroit, Michigan. Afferent8 and efferents of the
basilar pons: Measurements of fibers.
8:15 25. TURBES, C.C.,G. T. SCHNEIDER and J. M. SIMARD, Department
of Anatomy, Creighton University, Omaha, Nebraska. Studies on the influence of septa1 and caudate nuclei stimuhtion on electrical activity of the
cerebral cortex and limbic system.
8:30 26. CASTRO, A.J.,Department of Anatomy, Loyola University Stritch
School of Medicine, Maywood, Illinois. Corticospinal and rubrospinal projections after pyramidotomy in newborn rats.
8:45 27. DELLMANN, H.-D., Department of Veterinary Anatomy, Pharmacology and Physiology, Iowa State University, Ames, Iowa. Scanning
and transmission electron microscopy of the subfornical organ of the grass
frog (Rana pipiens).
SESSION V. REPRODUCTION; ENDOCRINOLOGY
9:30-11: 15
Chairman: G. T. CAMPBELL
9:30 28. LUCKETT, W.P., Department of Anatomy, Creighton University,
Omaha, Nebraska and Hubrecht Laboratory, Utrecht, The Netherlands.
Early yolk sac development in the dwarf galago, Galagoides demidovii: A
model for early human development.
9:45 20. PIENKOWSKI, M. M., Department of Anatomy, Michigan State
University, East Lansing, Michigan. Involvement of biogenic amines in
control of development of early mouse embryos.
PROGRAM
1o:oo
30. McAULIFFE, W. G., Department of Anatomy, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio. Morphology and histochemistry of the renal medulla
in rats homozygous and heterozygous for diabetes insipidus (Brattleboro
Strain).
10:15 31. MONTEMURRO, D. G. and J. E. BRUNI, Department of Anatomy,
University of Western Ontario, London, Ontario, Canada. Morphology
of the ependymal lining of the rabbit third ventricle following intraventricular administration of synthetic LH-RH:A scanning electron microscopic
investigation.
10:30 32. BLAKE, C. A., Department of Anatomy, University of Nebraska
Medical Center, Omaha, Nebraska. Central nervous system acting drugs: A
biphasic effect on pituitary LH release.
10:45 33. LAMPERTI, A. and D. M. BALDWIN, Departments of Anatomy and
Physiology, University of Cincinnati College of Medicine, Cincinnati,
Ohio. The effects of estradiol benzoate on gonadotropin secretion in hamsters
with a lesion of the arcuate nucleus of the hypothalamus.
11:oo 34. RENDER, L. L. and C. A. BLAKE, Department of Anatomy, University of Nebraska Medical Center, Omaha, Nebraska. Effects of long-term
LHRH infusion on LH secreting cells in the pars distalis.
11:15-12:15 POSTER SESSION
PAPERS PRESENTED IN POSTER SESSiON
35. COX, V. S., L. J. WALLACE and C. R. JESSEN, College of Veterinary Medicine, University of Minnesota, St. Paul, Minnesota. Anatomic and genetic studies
of cryptorchidism in the dog with comparison to the horse.
36. BROWNSCHEIDLE, C. M., G. L. DRESSER and P. T. RUSSEL, Department
of Anatomy and Obstetrics and Gynecology, University of Cincinnati College of
Medicine, Cincinnati, Ohio, Department of Animal Science, The Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio and The Cincinnati Zoo. Observations on the reproductive
cycle of the African bongo, Boocercus eurycerus.
37. GARDNER, P. J. and C. A. HON, Department of Anatomy, University of
Nebraska Medical Center, Omaha, Nebraska. Localization of hormones in the male
reproductive system by the unlabeled antibody peroxidase-antiperoxidasecomplex
technique: Steroid hormones.
38. CATON, C. B. and P. J. GARDNER, Department of Anatomy, University of
Nebraska Medical Center, Omaha, Nebraska. Localization of hormones in the male
reproductive system by the unlabeled antibody peroxidase-antiperoxidasecomplex
technique: Luteinizing hormone (LH).
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PROGRAM
39. HULTMAN, B. A. and P. J. GARDNER, Department of Anatomy, University of Nebraska Medical Center, Omaha, Nebraska. Localization of hormones in
the male reproductive system by the unlabeled antibody peroxidase-antiperoxidme
complex technique: Prolactin.
40. HUTSON, J. C. and P. J. GARDNER, Departments of Anatomy, Texas Tech
University School of Medicine, Lubbock, Texas a n d the University of Nebraska
Medical Center, Omaha, Nebraska. Localization of an FSH-like molecule using immunocytochemistry: Are immunological controls enough ?
41. STRAWSER, R. T., F. F. BARTONE and P. J. GARDNER, Departments of
Anatomy and Urology, University of Nebraska Medical Center, Omaha,
Nebraska. Histometric observations in the descended testis of unilaterally cryptorchid rats.
42. BECKMAN, W. C., JR., Department of Anatomy, Reproductive Endocrinology Program, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan. A method for the
preparation of thin sections suitable for electron microscopy from thick sections previously stained with methylene blue.
43. LOVE, L. A., A. F. PELFRENE and H. G. GARCIA, Eppley Cancer Research
Institute, University of Nebraska Medical Center, Omaha, Nebraska. Carcinogenecity of diazoacetic ester ( D U E ) .
44. FATEMI, S. H. and W. W. STINSON, Department of Anatomy, University
of Nebraska Medical Center, Omaha, Nebraska. Experimentally induced connec-
tive tissue complexes in the rat.
45. SWEENEY, L. J. and G. C. ROSENQUIST, Departments of Anatomy and
Pediatrics, University of Nebraska Medical Center, Omaha, Nebraska. The relationship of the great vessels to underlying cardiac structures in transposition ofgreat
vessels.
Afternoon
1:15-5:30 MORSMAN SYMPOSIUM: CURRENT CONCEPTS OF
ENDOCRINE CONTROL MECHANISMS
Chairman: P. J . GARDNER
1:15-1:45 DYM, M., Department of Anatomy, Harvard Medical School, Boston,
Massachusetts. Control of Spermatogenesis.
1:45-2:15 CHRISTENSEN, A. K., Department of Anatomy, Temple University,
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Localization of Hormone Receptors in the
Testis.
2115-2~30GENERAL DISCUSSION
2:30-2:45 COFFEE BREAK
PROGRAM
Chairman: J. A. RAMALEY
245-3: 15 SEIDEL, G. E., Department of Physiology and Biophysics, Colorado
State University, Fort Collins, Colorado. Control of Oogenesis.
3:15-3:45 GORSKI, R. A., Department of Anatomy, UCLA School of Medicine,
Los Angeles, California. Neuroendocrine Control of Reproduction.
3:45-4:00 GENERAL DISCUSSION
4:OO-4~15 COFFEE BREAK
Chairman: J. G. SHARP
4:15-4:45 GOLDSTEIN, A. L., Division of Biochemistry, Department of Human
Biological Chemistry and Genetics, University of Texas Medical
Branch, Galveston, Texas. Endocrinology of the Thymus.
4:45-5: 15 HAZELWOOD, R. L., Department of Biology, University of Houston,
Houston, Texas. Pancreatic Hormone Secretion.
5:15-5:30 GENERAL DISCUSSION
6:OO
RECEPTION (Cash Bar)
7:OO BANQUET
Introductions: W. K. METCALF,
President of the Association
Guest Speaker: D. F. HANLEY
Bowdoin College, Brunswick, Maine
“STEROIDS AND ATHLETIC PERFORMANCE”
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 9
Morning
8:OO
REGISTRATION CONTINUES
PAPERS FROM PLATFORM
SESSION VI. MICROCIRCULATION; CARDIOVASCULAR STRUCTURE
8:OO-lO:OO
Chairman: G. L. TODD
8:OO 46. MAGILTON, J. H. and C. S. SWIFT, Biomedical Engineering
Program, Iowa State University, Ames Iowa. Evidence of temperature
differentials betueen surface carrying arteries and metabolic f z l d s in the
brain.
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PROGRAM
8:15 47. CULLAN, G. E. and G. L. TODD, Department of Anatomy and Cardiovascular Center, University of Nebraska Medical Center, Omaha,
Nebraska. Scanning and transmission electron microscopy of lymphatic
endothelial lining.
8:30 48. ALBERTINE, K. H. and C. C. C. O’MORCHOE, Department of
Anatomy, Loyola University Stritch School of Medicine, Maywood,
Illinois. Trans-lymphatictransport in the canine kidney: An ultrastructural
study.
8:45 49. CLAYTON, F. C., G. L. TODD and G. M. PIEPER, Cardiovascular
Center and Department of Anatomy, University of Nebraska Medical
Center, Omaha, Nebraska. Effects of varying doses of isoproterenol infusions on cardiac hemodynamics and morphology.
9:oo 50. PIEPER, G. M., G. L. TODD and F. C. CLAYTON, Cardiovascular
Center and Department of Anatomy, University of Nebraska Medical
Center, Omaha, Nebraska. Dose-related changes in transmural myocardial
metabolism and morphology with isoproterenol.
9:15 51. TODD, G.L., F. C. CLAYTON and G. M. PIEPER, Department of
Anatomy, and Cardiovascular Center, University of Nebraska Medical
Center, Omaha, Nebraska. Transmural distribution of glycogen following
left circumflex ligation and isoproterenol infusion.
9:30 52. CULLAN, G.M. and G. L. TODD, Department of Anatomy and Cardiovascular Center, University of Nebraska Medical Center, Omaha,
Nebraska. Differentiation between myocardial lesions due to isoproterenol
and artifacts produced by biopsy.
9:45 53. LINTON, R.L., H. J. KUEHN and W. K. METCALF, Departments of
Pediatrics and Anatomy, University of Nebraska Medical Center,
Omaha, Nebraska. Congenital coronary artery fwtulae.
1O:OO-10:30 COFFEE BREAK
SESSION VII. TEACHING OF ANATOMY
10:30-11:30
Chairman: E. D. PRENTICE
10:30 54. HOLYOKE, E. A., Department of Anatomy, University of Nebraska
Medical Center, Omaha, Nebraska. The Uniuersity of Nebraska College of
Medicine.
10:45 55. ASHIRU, 0.A,, Department of Anatomy, University of Nebraska
Medical Center, Omaha, Nebraska. The role of medical education on the
development of Nigeria
PROGRAM
11:oo 56. METCALF, N. F., E. D. PRENTICE, W. W. STINSON and W. K.
METCALF, Department of Anatomy, University of Nebraska Medical
Center, Omaha, Nebraska. Functional anatomy: Logical basis for patient
examination.
11:15 57. ADAMS, H. G., E. D. PRENTICE, E. H. JELINEK, W. W. STINSON,
R. H. JENSEN and W. K. METCALF, Department of Anatomy, University of Nebraska Medical Center, Omaha, Nebraska. Anatomy in crosssection: Correlation with axial body scans.
This meeting is supported in part by a
grant from the
UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA MORSMAN FOUNDATION
and the
NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION
The Association is pleased to acknowledge contributions in
support of the Thirty-Fifth Annual Meeting, 1977
from the following companies
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