interfascicular


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interfascicular

 [in″ter-fah-sik´u-lar]
between adjacent fascicles.

in·ter·fas·cic·u·lar

(in'tĕr-fă-sik'yū-lăr),
Between fasciculi.

interfascicular

/in·ter·fas·cic·u·lar/ (in″ter-fah-sik´u-ler) between adjacent fascicles.

interfascicular

between adjacent fascicles.
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The fascicles to fibularis longus and fibularis brevis could not be distinguished separately after their anastomosis into the SF nerve because of interfascicular plexusing.
It was possible to trace the MSC proximally from the anastomosis of the tibial nerve and common fibular into the sciatic nerve for about 1 cm, after which point interfascicular plexusing made separation difficult.
As the stem becomes older and if it becomes woody, the fascicular cambium between the xylem and phloem of the bundles link with a newly formed interfascicular cambium to produce a ring of dividing cells called the vascular cambium.
En pedicelos de 11 dda se observaron haces con mayor desarrollo de xilema y floema con respecto a la antesis y la diferenciacion del cambium fascicular (Figura 1C), mientras que la diferenciacion del cambium interfascicular fue observable entre los 21 y 34 dda.
Long-term results of transplantations to repair median, ulnar, and radial nerve lesions by a microsurgical interfascicular autogenous cable graft technique, Surg Neurol 1992;37:425-31.
diversifolia, secondary thickening is essentially due more to the activity of strips of meristems within the vascular bundles than those within the interfascicular areas.
The intramuscular adipose tissue is found along the fibres and in the interfascicular area and contains mainly triacylglycerol (neutral lipid).
interfascicular cambium: Layer of cambium that develops between vascular bundles and connects with the fascicular cambium to form the vascular cambium of woody tissues.
El parenquima interfascicular se encuentra parcialmente esclerificado.
The following measurements were also included: internarial distance--distance between medial borders of nares; snout length--distance from tip of snout to anterior margin of eye; orbit-jaw distance--shortest distance between deepest region below eye and margin of upper jaw; naris-jaw distance--shortest distance between naris and margin of upper jaw; choana width--maximum width of choana; femur length--distance from tip of urostyle to distal end of femur; arm length--distance from proximal end of radio-ulna to proximal base of pollex; hand length--length from proximal base of pollex to tip of third finger; interfascicular distance--shortest distance between dentigerous fascicles; and tarsal length--distance from proximal border of inner metatarsal tubercle to proximal end of tibiale.
d) El cilindro medular y el parenquima interfascicular estan formados por celulas cuyas paredes estan secundariamente engrosadas, a veces algo esclerificadas, y muy punteadas (Figura 4).

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