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Profiles of Regenerative Changes in The Nerve Ring of Earthworm (Metaphire Peguana )

Dr. Trijit Nanda
Assistant Professor in Zoology Vivekananda College (Thakurpukur) 269, Diamond Harbour Road, Kolkata Email: trijittrijit@yahoo.com
Online First: May 03, 2018
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Abstract

The process of regeneration is somewhat intricate and involves multiple organization highlighting replacement of the lost parts  through reawakening of morphogenesis at the late phase of ontogeny. The characteristics of this process may be epimorphic or morphollactic has been stated by several developmental biologists. Indeed the exact definition of the regeneration is difficult to ascribe and several investigators have attempted to define the phenomenon on the basis of their observations be it on recapitulation of development processes (progressively restricted by age) reconstitution of the lost parts physiological parameters cellular and sub cellular level or phyllogenetic status  of the organism concerned and so on. In short it may be stated as anatomical growth established on the later stages of ontogenesis to re establish the physiological process in the long run.


The present investigation embodies the following perspectives:


Cephalic regenerative potentials in M.peguana .



  • Week wise growth and development of the regeneration blastema.

  • Sequential development of the nerve ring .

  • Correlated cytomorphic changes in the ganglionic neurosecretory elements.

  • Relationship of the neurosecretory elements and their moniliform axon terminals and fibers with extra and intraganglionic vascularization and the exposition of the neurosecretory granules at the accumulation sites--- A Lightmicroscopic observations

Keyword : Regeneration, Epimorphic, Morphollactic, Neurosecretory cells (NSCS), moniliform axon, Regeneration blastema.

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1. The histological relationship between Abbe Trembley. 1740. Cited by Morgan,1901.
2. AL-Yosuf,S.A.H.1988. Distribution and ultrastructure of the neurosecretory cells in the cerebral ganglion of the earthworms.J.Mophol.,197 :1-20
3. Balinsky, B.I. 1976. An Introduction to Embryology (4th ed.). W.B. Saunders Co. Philadelphia, London, Torento.
4. Bargmann, W. 1949. Uber die neurosekretorische Verkniipfung von Hypothalamus and Neurohypophyse. Z. Zellforsch. 34, 610-634
5. Barrington, E.J.W. 1979 invertebrate structure and function(2nd ed.). ELBS.
6. Berrill, N.J. 1952. Regeneration and budding in worms. Biol. Rev. 27, 407-438.
7. Brondsted, H.V. 1955. Planarian Regeneration. Biol. Rev. 30, 65-126.
8. Brondsted, H.V. 1969. Planarian Regeneration. Pergamon Press, Oxford. Lond.
9. Cameron, M.L. nad Steele, J.E. 1959. Simplified aldehyde fuschin staining of neurosecretory cells. Stain. Tech. 34, 265-266
10. Chapron, C. andChapron, J. 1973 Induction de la regeneration posterior chezles Annelide du genere Lumbricus. C.R. Acad. Sci. Paris. 276, 2691-2694
11. Dey, M. and Nanda, D.K. 1979. Effect of posterior transaction on the brain neurosecretory perikarya of Pheretima posthuma. Zool. Beitr. 25:199-204.
12. Edwards, C.A. and Lofty, J.R. 1977. Biology of Earthworms(2nd ed.). Chapman and Hall. Lond.
13. Farber, P.A. 1965. neurosecretory activity and anterior regeneration in Lumbricus terrestris Anat. Rec. 151, 348(abstract)
14. Gardiner M.S. 1972. The biology of invertebrates. McGraw-Hill book co. New York
15. Golding, D.W. and Whittle, A.C. 1977. Neurosecretion and related pheno. In annelids acad. Press Inc. New York pp 189-302
16. Goss, R.J. 1970. Segmental addition in annelids. In principles of regeneration Acad press, New York. pp 74-89
17. Hyman L.H. 1940 The invertebrates volume 1 Mc Graw-Hill books co. New York.
18. Herlant-Mewis, H. 1962. Neurosecretory phenomena during regeneration of nervous centers in E. foetida.Neurosecretion (Heller, H and Clark R.B.ed.) Academic Pres, New York. Pp267-274
19. Morgan T.H. 1902. Experimental studies of internal factors of regeneration in earthworm Arch. Entw- Mech 14, 562-591.
20. Nanda, D.K. and Chaudhuri, P.S. 1983. Regeneration of the neurosecretory system of the nerv ring in earthworm Metaphire peguna Acat. Biol. Cracov 25, 63-67
21. Needham, A.E. 1969. Growth and development. In chemical zoology vol. 4 Academic press New York pp 376-441
22. Raven, C.P. 1954 Regeneration. In an outline of developmental physiology Pregamon Press, New York. 160-181.
23. Schotte, O.E. 1939. The origin and morphogentic potensis of regenerates. Growth 59-76.
24. Santhakumari, P. (1963 ) Brain and its regeneration in the earthworm Megascolex.sp. J. Amin. Morph. Physiol, 10 , 101-106
25. Banik B.,and Chaudhuri PS.,2016. Regeneration ability in seven top soil and sub soil earthworm species, Journal Of Environmental Biology, vol-39, 393-399.
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