John H.D. Bryan

University of Georgia, Athens, Athens, GA, United States 
Spermatogenesis and cytological studies
"John Bryan"

Developed light and electron microscopic techniques for studying cytology. Also was involved in studying the effects of radiation on sperm.

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Bryan JH. (1983) Abnormal cilia in a male-sterile mutant mouse. Virchows Archiv. a, Pathological Anatomy and Histopathology. 400: 77-86
Bryan JH. (1983) The immotile cilia syndrome. Mice versus man. Virchows Archiv. a, Pathological Anatomy and Histopathology. 399: 265-75
Bryan JH. (1977) Spermatogenesis revisited. IV. Abnormal spermiogenesis in mice homozygous for another male-sterility-inducing mutation, hpy (hydrocephalic-polydactyl). Cell and Tissue Research. 180: 187-201
Bryan JH. (1977) Spermatogenesis revisited. III. The course of spermatogenesis in a male-sterile pink-eyed mutant type in the mouse. Cell and Tissue Research. 180: 173-86
Bryan JH, Wolosewick JJ. (1973) Spermatogenesis revisited. II. Ultrastructural studies of spermiogenesis in multinucleate spermatids of the mouse. Zeitschrift Fã¼R Zellforschung Und Mikroskopische Anatomie (Vienna, Austria : 1948). 138: 155-69
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