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Santiago Ramon y Cajal, more than a histologist

160 years ago was born in Navarre, the renowned physician and histologist. Was a member of the “Generation of 80” or “Generation of Elders. 162 more words


The frog of the frozen woods

The wood frog (Lithobates sylvaticus)  has the ability to freeze and unfreeze without dying. Unlike any other known animal, these frogs can allow their bodies to freeze during winter in temperatures ranging from -8.9 C down to -18.1 C (-0.4 F). 83 more words


Adventitious organogenesis induced in sweet orange (Citrus sinensis L.) var. “half-blood” maltese: morphogenetic and histological study

Kaouther Benmahmoud, Emna Jedidi, Asma Najar, Rachida Ghezel, Claire Kevers, Ahmed Jemmali, Nadhra Elloumi

Laboratory of plant protection, National Institute of Agronomic Research of Tunisia, Tunisia… 235 more words


Message from our president

Dear CSH members,

I hope that everyone is well and enjoying the winter as the ground hog predicts 6 more weeks for us!
Just a reminder that it is registration time. 260 more words

HistoQuarterly: THE TISSUE TEST

Taking a break from the norm this quarter, and to start the 2015 histology posts off with a bit of a challenge for you all, this… 289 more words