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Histomorphogenesis of mammary gland in prenatal nondescript goat

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Rakhi Vaish, Taluja, J. S., Shrivastava, A. M., Nidhi Gupta and Yogita Pandey
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The study was conducted in eighteen prenatal female goats comprising group I, II and III having Crown rump length, up to 10 cm, 10-20cm and 20+ cm respectively. The initiation of the development of the mammary gland was observed as mammary line in the foetus of group I (4.50 cm CRL). The mammary line was made up of several (4-5) layers of epidermal cells, developed on the stratum germinativum. The further proliferation of cells lead to the formation of mammary hillock observed in the foetus of group I (5.20 cm CRL). The mammary bud remained below the epidermis and was ovoid, encapsulated by concentric arrangement of mesenchymal tissue. The initiation of the teat development appeared in the foetus of group I (6.70 cm CRL). The epidermal cells of the bud proliferated in the deeper mesenchyme to form the primary sprout. The luminization of the primary sprout proceeded from the base towards the apex of the teat in the foetus of group II (17.60 cm CRL). In group III (28.00 cm CRL), the cavity of the teat cistern was increased in size and the cells started to rearrange into definitive bilayered epithelium. The entire tissue next to the stratum germinativum was mesenchymal in nature. With the advancement of age the spherical masses of mesenchymal cells differentiated into adipose tissue called as fat pad, noticed in group II (20.00 cm CRL). In group III (36.00 cm CRL) the development of the adipose tissue became extensive throughout the udder tissue above and around the gland cistern and duct system. Traces of elastic fibers were noticed in the interwhorl connective tissue area of the fat pad in the foetus of group II (20.00 cm CRL) and distribution of elastic fibers were sparse and scattered in the connective tissue septae of the developing gland. However, distinct lamina of elastic fibers were observed in the blood vessel.

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