cortical cell


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cortical cell

A cell in the cortex of an organ, e.g., a neuron in the cerebral cortex.
See also: cell
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Lemon chiffon was significant in having increased cortical region thickness and cortical cell area, followed by cv.
Metformin upon exposure with PTZ reverse the effect of neurodegeneration in HCN-2 adult cortical cells as we reported previously that vitamin C showed neuroprotection against ethanol induced cell death17 and PTZ-induced seizures in adult rats.
Large cortical cell area, epidermal thickness, midrib thickness, vascular bundle area, metaxylem area and spongy cell area in leaves increased in all Rosa species as contamination increased in irrigation waters and R.
a) Cortical cells were pretreated with ACE (1, 3, and 10 mg/mL) and QCT (1, 3, and 10 [micro]M) for 30 min and then exposed to 10 mM BSO for 24 h.
Variations regarding cortical cell area in all cultivars were varied significantly (Pless than 0.
Root structures modifications type, especially cell wall, cortical cell, endoplasmic reticulum, and plasmalemma suggest that the fungus can play a great role in all root aspects.
Both tumors, choroid plexus carcinoma in the brain and adrenocortical carcinoma, expressed variable immunohistochemically detectable levels of p53 in cell nuclei of the tumors and in residual, histologically normal adrenal cortical cell nuclei.
The cortical cells also showed loss of cell membranes leaving hollows around them compared with the control group (Figure 2b)
Most of the extractable keratinous protein is contained within cortical cells, but significant and important tractions are present within cuticle (Powell and Rogers, 1986; Dawber, 1996).
Kurzia Base of leaf segments 5 to 10 cells wide; leaves erect-spreading, segments only slightly incurved; stem with a layer of 12 large cortical cells .