BioMed Research International / 2010 / Article / Fig 2

Research Article

Budding of Taenia crassiceps Cysticerci In Vitro Is Promoted by Crowding in Addition to Hormonal, Stress, and Energy-Related Signals

Figure 2

Budding process at the different conditions from day 0 to day 10. The cultured cysticerci from Donor number 2 were submitted to standard stressing (heat and peroxide) or favorable conditions (addition of 17 ß -estradiol, insulin, glucose, insulin+glucose) and cultured in vitro as done in Experiment number 1. The results presented are from one experiment with its duplicate for each density. The graphic expresses the average value plus standard deviations. In d = 1 and d = 5, the budding in the presence of glucose and peroxide is significative. In d = 10 the budding in the presence of estradiol and insuline+glucose is significative.

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