2013
DOI: 10.1590/s0100-736x2013001100014 View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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Abstract: Nasua nasua é um animal onívoro, encontrado em todo Brasil. A reprodução da espécie ocorre somente uma vez ao ano, na primavera. As fêmeas são matriarcas e amamentam suas crias até os 5 meses de idade, vivem com seus filhotes em bandos de até 30 indivíduos. Para descrição morfológica da glândula mamaria do Nasua nasua foram utilizados seis animais provenientes do Criatório Cientifico (Cecrimpas), Unifeob. Autorizado pelo Ibama (Proc.02027.002322/98-99). Para análise macroscópica um animal foi injetado com láte… Show more

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“…Just below the epithelial tissue is a thinner layer of muscle tissue that gradually increases in thickness, giving rise to a layer of connective tissue septa between the cells of the mammary gland complex (Figure 2A), as described by Banks (1992). The same pattern was observed by Casals et al, (2013) in a study of Nasua nasua. The presence of sebaceous glands in the dermis at the level of the tegmentum is generally common in mammals (e.g., coati, mocó, and raccoons) (Lima et al, 2008;Bellatine et al, 2010;Casals et al, 2013).…”
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“…Just below the epithelial tissue is a thinner layer of muscle tissue that gradually increases in thickness, giving rise to a layer of connective tissue septa between the cells of the mammary gland complex (Figure 2A), as described by Banks (1992). The same pattern was observed by Casals et al, (2013) in a study of Nasua nasua. The presence of sebaceous glands in the dermis at the level of the tegmentum is generally common in mammals (e.g., coati, mocó, and raccoons) (Lima et al, 2008;Bellatine et al, 2010;Casals et al, 2013).…”
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“…The same pattern was observed by Casals et al, (2013) in a study of Nasua nasua. The presence of sebaceous glands in the dermis at the level of the tegmentum is generally common in mammals (e.g., coati, mocó, and raccoons) (Lima et al, 2008;Bellatine et al, 2010;Casals et al, 2013). In contrast, we did not find these glands in S. igniventris.…”
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“…Luiz et al [26], whilst also describing the irrigation of the mammary glands in dogs, conclude for the presence of two arterial subdivisions found in all of the cases: a cranial complex arising from the internal thoracic artery, and another caudal complex which arises from the external pudendal artery; the same being found in sows.…”
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“…Therefore, it is timely to conduct research on this topic. Comparison between coatis and domestic dogs can be made based upon common characteristics found in the animals from the procyonidae family such as morphological characteristics of the mammary glands (Casals et al 2013) and teeth (Pieri et al 2011).…”
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