By Morris Rockstein

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Entw. Gesch. 64, 348. 34 DEVELOPMENT A N D AGING IN THE NERVOUS SYSTEM Fig. 1 An electron micrograph of the cervical cord of a normal 4-1/2 day chick embryo, prepared by Dr. Robert Skoff, to show the appearance of neurons in various stages of degeneration, from those showing only minimal nuclear pycnosis (DN) to the final ingestion of the neuronal debris by glial cells (arrows) X15,120 35 Fig. 2 The progressive loss of neurons during the normal development of the trochlear nucleus of the chick is shown.

F. (1966). In "Major Problems in Development Biology" (M. Locke, e d . ) , pp. 289-314, Academic Press, New York. W. T. C. (1962). Develop. Biol. _5, 147. C. M. (1973). In preparation. Skoff, R. (1973). Personal communication. T. (1922). Z. ses. Anat. u. Z. Anat. Entw. Gesch. 64, 348. 34 DEVELOPMENT A N D AGING IN THE NERVOUS SYSTEM Fig. 1 An electron micrograph of the cervical cord of a normal 4-1/2 day chick embryo, prepared by Dr. Robert Skoff, to show the appearance of neurons in various stages of degeneration, from those showing only minimal nuclear pycnosis (DN) to the final ingestion of the neuronal debris by glial cells (arrows) X15,120 35 Fig.

Nandy, K. and Fritz, R. (1971). J. Gerontol. 26, 316. L. (1961). L. Strehler, e d . ) , pp. 159-204, Academic Press, New York. L. R. (1964). J. Gerontol. 19,57. L. H. (1964). Transplantation 2, 87. 54 Captions for Plate I on following page KALIDAS NANDY Plate I Fig. 1 Section (10μ) of cerebrum of an old mouse (18 months). The section was treated with serum of an old mouse prior to incubation with FITC-labeled anti-mouse γ-globulin. Note the strong specific fluorescence in the neurons due to antigen-antibody reaction (arrow).

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