By A. G. Byskov (auth.), P. M. Motta M.D., E. S. E. Hafez Ph.D. (eds.)

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The oocyte is visible but the follicle cells have degenerated. Invading connective tissue occupies the former follicle cell zone. Slender radiating cords of interstitial gland cells, of thecal origin, merge with the surrounding mass of interstitial gland cells, which extends out to the tunia albuginea, arrowed (x 160). (c) Section of the ovary of an immature pika, Och%na princeps. Other than the follicles, the ovarian mass consists mainly of a mass of interstitial gland cells of fetal origin. These cells disappear about the time of sexual maturity (x 80).

These methods have been described previously (Jacoby 1962; Bjersing 1977). This chapter will describe and discuss the localization and functional meaning of lipids, carbohydrates, nucleic acids and proteins in various compartments of the human ovary during different physiological states. The ovary's histoenzymology is described in Chapter 4. THE DEVELOPING AND MATURING OVARY The differentiation and maturation of the ovary have been described previously in Chapter I (see also Guraya 1977a). The ovarian components at this time include the surface epithelium, germ cells in various stages of differentiation, mesenchyma (or stroma) consisting of fibroblast-like cells, showing sparsely distributed sudanophilic phospholipid bodies (Figure la) and variable amounts (see Table 1) of RNA (Guraya et al.

These granules increase in number following implantation of the blastocyst (Enders and Buchanan 1959). Talmage et al. (1954), also using the armadillo, report that the corpus luteum of delay is functional, as evidenced by a high respiratory quotient of the luteal tissue and the high progestin content of serum. A study of two weasels (Mus tela cicognani and Mustela frenata) and the marten (Martes americana) reveals that the corpora lutea of delay are small and in the weasels the luteal cells are small and appear atrophic.

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