hoof,_horn,_antlers

hoof,_horn,_antlers - Pattern of Horn Growth Note that horn...

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1 Growth of Horn Tubular Horn Formation Intertubular Horn Formation Dermal papillae Pattern of Horn Growth Note that horn only forms when the dermis and epidermis are located immediately adjacent to bone. Organization of a Primate Nail: NP = nail (composed of horn), NB = nail bed composed of a thin layer of epidermis and dermis. The majority of growth of the nail comes of the ungual ridge (Epidermal). Organization of the Claw of Carnivores: Bone Ungual Ridge Nail Sole Footpad
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2 Organization of Bone, Dermis, Epidermis and Horn in the Equine Hoof Periople Coronary Region Stratum medium, majority of hoof wall Laminar Region P1 P2 P3 Sole The hoof capsule, isolated away from the bone, dermis and epidermis demonstrates the complex organization of the coronary and laminar horn. Coronary horn, stratum medium, this is the majority of the hoof wall and grows at 90o angle to the ground Laminar horn, largely inter-tubular horn grows slowly and forms fine finger-like projections which keep the hoof wall
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This note was uploaded on 09/23/2008 for the course APC 100 taught by Professor Kelliewhited during the Winter '07 term at UC Davis.

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