granulose


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gran·u·lose

(grăn′yə-lōs′)
adj.
Having a surface covered with granules.
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Expression and localization of secreted frizzled-related protein-4 in the rodent ovary: evidence for selective up-regulation in luteinized granulose cells.
Caption: Figure 1: Effects of diquat alone or combined with GSPB2 on ROS levels in granulose cells.
The increase of LH hormone is considered as a principle factor to stimulate the theca interna to elevate production of pregnenolone compound which is converted by granulose cells to progesterone [21].
However, all have a tegmental sculpture that is mainly smooth or finely granulose.
Cumulus cells are granulose cells attached to oocytes and walls serve as an agent of communication between cells and hormonal mechanisms because there are many FSH and LH receptors in the cumulus cells.
Surface of podetia areolate corticate, with cortex smooth, thin, scaling off to form podetial squamules, often finally becoming largely decorticate, usually moderately to richly squamulose (squamules to 2 x 2-3 mm); distal parts incompletely corticate, scabrose, micro-squamulose to granulose.
Morphological classification of the follicles in the rats was determined as primordial if a follicle contained an oocyte surrounded by a partial or complete layer of squamous granulose cells.
The function of gene bone morphogenetic protein 15 (BMP-15) is not absolutely appreciated or understood even if gene collaborate to regulate granulose cells function (McNatty et al.
According to Perry (2004), it is hard with a compact and consistent texture, granulose surface, a firm, smooth and non-slimy skin, yellowish color, a sweet, slightly spicy taste, featuring tender to strong smell and should be stored at a temperature equal to or below 18[degrees]C.
Increase in the expression of thyroid hormone receptors in porcine granulose cells in follicular maturation.
Inactivation of oE and oG in Clostridium acetobutylicum illuminates their roles in clostridial-cell-form biogenesis, granulose synthesis, solventogenesis, and spore morphogenesis.