Anatomy and Physiology by Geoffrey Bourne (Eds.)

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2 6 14 6 1 4 4 5 6 8 Aliquots (20-30% of total weights) of these organs were counted. 47 Carotid arterial blood 0 2 content C 0 2 content Confluence of sinuses 0 2 content C 0 2 content Cerebral (A-V)02 a Weight 3V2-5 kg; sex not stated. , 1957. Nine male and female rhesus monkeys were used Weight range 3-5 kg. fe 53 54 G. H. Bourne TABLE LI Plasma 17-Hydroxycorticosteroids in Young Rhesus Monkeys 3,b No. animals 14 10 9a Time (days) Mean value (μ%/1Μ ml) 2 9 48 46 39 a From Wolf and Bowman, 1963.

URETERAL PHYSIOLOGY Tables XXV-XXVII (From Roberts, 1973) Sixteen monkeys were used in this work but it was not indicated whether they were wild- or captive-born, but they were maintained at the Delta Regional Primate Research Center. Fig. 3. Ossification in the 56-day monkey fetus. Stippled portions indicate shadows of new ossification centers. Inset diagram shows, to scale, the actual size and proportions at this age. 27 Fig. 4. Ossification in the 70-day monkey fetus. Solid portions indicate bone formed earlier; stippled portions indicate new ossification centers or recent extension of pre-existing centers.

Rhesus and man have the same threshold for light detection (specified in quanta incident on the retina). B. 40 kg. 17 G. H. Bourne 34 known. They were housed individually. The animals were maintained in accordance with the "Guide for Laboratory Animal Facilities and Care/' National Academy of Sciences. Binocular and monocular acuity at 3 and 20 feet were studied using Landolt rings. No differences were found between the near and far acuity; binocular acuity was superior to monocular acuity. C. , 1968) Three male rhesus monkeys were used in this study, estimated to be between 36 and 48 months of age.

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