By J. D. Pagan, R. J. Geor
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33 34 Pollitt Fig. 7. The hoof capsule, with its contents removed, shows thousands of small, circular, holes pocking the surface of the concave, coronary groove. Germinative epidermal basal cells cover the surface of the holes and the surface of the coronary groove between the holes (inset). (From Pollitt CC. Anatomy and physiology of the inner hoof wall. ) As described earlier, coronet basal cells undergo mitosis throughout the life of the horse, producing stratum medium daughter cells that mature and keratinize, undertaking a journey, up to 8 months in duration, in the direction of the ground surface.
2 In cross section the keratinocytes of individual hoof wall tubules are arranged around a central hollow medulla in nonpigmented concentric layers. The keratinocytes generated between the holes mature into intertubular hoof, thus forming a keratinized cellular matrix in which tubules are embedded. 9 Hoof wall is stiffer and stronger at right angles to the direction of the tubules, a finding at odds with the usual assumption that the ground reaction force is transmitted proximally up the hoof wall parallel to the tubules.
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Advances in Equine Nutrition III by J. D. Pagan, R. J. Geor