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ciliated

 [sil´e-āt″ed]
provided with cilia.

cil·i·at·ed

(sil'ē-ā'ted),
Having cilia.

ciliated

(sĭl′ē-ā′tĭd)
adj.
Having cilia.

cil·i·at·ed

(sil'ē-ā-tĕd)
Having cilia.

Ciliated

Covered with short, hair-like protrusions, like B. coli and certain other protozoa. The cilia or hairs help the organism to move.
Mentioned in: Balantidiasis

ciliated

provided with cilia.
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Ciliated cells are columnar in shape, with development of microvilli and cilia on the free surface.
Ciliated cells were better developed in the epithelial layer of the body than those of opercular zone of the foot.
4) Identification of the intervening stroma between the ciliated glands of a READ hamartoma is the most reliable way to distinguish this entity from low-grade sinonasal adenocarcinoma, whose cribriform growth pattern has no intervening stroma between the glands.
The epithelium was focally pseudostratified and presented numerous ciliated cells (Figure 3).
The lining epithelium consisted of either nonciliated flat (2/6) and cuboidal (2/6) or ciliated columnar cells (1/6) and mixed types (1/6) (Figure 1, D).
Use of the ciliated protozoan Tetrahymena pyriformis for the assessment of toxicity and quantitative structure activity relationships of xenobiotics: Comparison with the microtox test.
The glandular epithelium is columnar and commonly ciliated.
Histopathologic examination of the excised tract from the accessory nasal cavity revealed that the respiratory mucosa was lined with pseudostratified ciliated columnar epithelium.
This finding is in agreement with that of Lenhardt et al, who reported that hyperbilirubinemia can lead to an increase in axon degeneration and a greater loss of myelin than of ciliated cells.
Histologic examination of the cyst showed ciliated columnar epithelium surrounded by fibrous tissue and an outer layer of smooth muscle (Figures 3 and 4).
The epithelial cells of the digestive tract of gastropods have been classified into 3 cell types and termed by different names; for example, columnar storage cell, secretory cell and mucus-producing cell (Tiebskorn & Kunast 1990), nonciliated, ciliated, and glandular cell (Leal-Zanchet 1998, Roldan & Garcia-Corrales 1988).