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Cellular Components of Stroma In Vivo In Comparison With In Vitro Systems

  • Mati Shaklai
Part of the Contemporary Biomedicine book series (CB, volume 9)

Abstract

Hemopoiesis normally occurs in certain specific tissues that vary according to the class and order of animals observed. In lower animals, hemopoiesis may occur in different areas in the body.1 In mammals, the site of hemopoiesis changes during the fetal life in the following sequence: from yolk sac to liver and spleen and then to the bone marrow, which remains the principal site of hemopoiesis postnatally.

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Tannic Acid Erythroid Cell Reticular Cell Cytoplasmic Process Endocytic Vesicle 
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