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striate

 [stri´āt] (striated [stri´āt-ed]) having streaks or striae.

stri·ate

(strī'āt),
Striped; marked by striae.
[L. striatus, furrowed]

striate

/stri·ate/ (stri´āt) striated.

stri·ate

(strī'āt)
Striped; marked by striae.
[L. striatus, furrowed]

striate

(of plant structures) marked with parallel ridges or depressions.

striate, striated

having streaks or striae, e.g. striate retinopathy.

striate border
striate duct
the intralobular duct of major salivary glands.
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In the subset of patients with adenomyosis and fibroids, the only significant clinical findings were increased vascularity (64%) and striations (55%).
Horizontal striations were detected at the anterior propodosomal region while longitudinal striations were noticed at the hysterosomal region of the female (Fig.
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In addition, there are equidistantly arranged striations that can be observed in longitudinal sections of the acrosome (Fig.
Some hikers might tell you that the primary motivation for a rim-to-rim hike is to peruse the colorful rock striations up close, spot wildlife and bask in the magnificence of the Colorado River gorge.
Being open backed, this allows light to pass through the enamel in varying shades and with natural striations.
The developed PLM system has the capability to map micropipes, elementary screw dislocations, grain boundaries, and stress striations on a wafer scale in SiC wafers.
brown-orange with striations of nacre on the dark rocks
However, marble often shows markings and striations of materials that mixed with the raw limestone as the marble was created.
The time when nature spreads its vociferous colors everywhere, igniting the world with the delicate striations of crimson and yellow, the haughty hues of vermilion, and the flaming tincture of auburn.