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We have found photometric indications that Interacting Eclipsing Binaries of early to mid F spectral type (and possibly A) have strong magnetic activity which would arise from convective atmospheres. Light curve solutions and periodicity studies revealing spots, magnetic breaking and magnetic cycles are presented in XZ CMi, V965 Cyg and V963 Cyg.
The structure of porcine skin as examined by light microscopy is reviewed
and its similarities to and
differences from human skin are highlighted. Special imaging techniques and
staining procedures are
described and their use in gathering morphological information in porcine skin
is discussed. Confocal laser
scanning microscopy (CLSM) was employed to examine the structure of porcine skin
and the findings are
presented as an adjunct to the information already available in the literature.
It is concluded that CLSM
provides valuable additional morphological information to material examined
by conventional microscopy
and is useful for wound healing studies in the porcine model.