Jan 1, 1975

Neurohistological and histochemical observations on the lung of Rattus rattus rufescens (Indian black rat)

Acta Anatomica
R S Purwar

Abstract

The intrinsic innervation of the lungs (right and left) has been studied by the cholinesterase technique, considering the effect of various pH, incubation periods and temperatures. Cholinergic innervation dominated. The peribronchial ganglia, large, medium-sized and irregular-shaped, rounded and small, showed a positive cholinesterase reaction. Maximum ChE activity was noticed in the bronchi and their branches and on the periphery of the alveoli.

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