The utero-ovarian vasculature of domestic animals has been a
popular research subject, especially concerning the roles of the uteroovarian
artery and vein in the unilateral luteolytic phenomenon
demonstrated in these animals. No reports in the literature, however,
have been found regarding the smooth muscle physiology of these vessels.
Eight layered gabbro samples from two layered complexes, two
xenoliths, one basalt from a hot brine area and a standard basalt rock
(BCR-1) were analyzed by RNAA (radiochemical neutron activation
analysis) for 14 trace elements, Au, Ni, Co, Ag, Sb, Se, Zn, In, T1,
Rb, Cs, U, Ba and Sr....