bilaminar


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bilaminar

[bīlam′ənər]
Etymology: L, bis + lamina, plate
pertaining to or having two layers, such as the ectoderm and endoderm of the blastula, and the basal lamina interspersed with reticular fibers to form the basement membrane of the epithelium.

bilaminar

adjective Pertaining or referring to 2 layers, such as cell membranes.
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El Maraghy and coworkers (1) recently proposed a more comprehensive classification system that takes into account the bilaminar morphology of the tendon.
The presence of bilaminar cement with thin inner micrite laminae and thicker outer microsparite and sparite rims of calcite crystals indicates that cementation started in vadose conditions and continued in a water-saturated phreatic environment.
Se expresaron con mayor 61 intensidad en la zona posterior cerca de la zona bilaminar en el grupo control y mas en el experimental (con dispositivo de adelantamiento).
To assess the peel strength of a typical bilaminar patch formulation, a cyanoacrylate adhesive is used to attach wetted neonate porcine skin to the sliding platform of a 90 Degree Peel Rig (Figure 1).
O mesocolon e o mesenterio unidos formam uma macromembrana bilaminar, que sustenta espacialmente os vasos em posicao anatomica, permitindo as subdivisoes destes.
Asimismo, se considero un cuadro compatible con amenaza de aborto, por lo cual se practico un ultrasonido pelvico por via transvaginal, indicando un utero de tamano aumentado con eco endometrial de 11 mm bilaminar.
Los musculos de la masticacion no estan afectados y la abertura forzada de la boca produce dolor en la zona retrodiscal bilaminar de la articulacion afectada.
Gastrulation is the process whereby the bilaminar embryonic disk is converted into a trilaminar disk, which occurs in the third gestational week.
La histologia de la onfalopleura bilaminar en esta especie experimenta diversos cambios a traves del desarrollo embrionario, principalmente en el ectodermo corionico que la rodea.
Clinicians have learned about proteins from physiology textbooks, which typically show diagrams of very stationary (protein) blobs sitting in a bilaminar sea of membrane lipid.
The disc is attached to the temporal bone and condyle posteriorly by elastic and loose connective tissue; this tissue is also known as the retrodiscal soft tissue or the bilaminar zone.
The thin epicuticle, which is composed of protein, lipids, and calcium but no chitin, has a dense bilaminar organization, with a basal layer that is pervaded by mineral-filled canals normal to the surface.