moniliform


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moniliform

 [mo-nil´i-form]
beaded; having the appearance of a string of beads.

mo·nil·i·form

(mō-nil'i-fōrm),
Shaped like a string of beads or beaded necklace.
[L. monile, necklace, + forma, appearance]

moniliform

/mo·nil·i·form/ (mo-nil´ĭ-form) beaded.

moniliform

(mō-nĭl′ə-fôrm′)
adj.
Resembling a string of beads, as the roots of certain plants or the antennae of certain insects.

mo·nil′i·form′ly adv.

moniliform

[mōnil′ifôrm]
resembling a string of beads.

mo·nil·i·form

(mō-nil'i-fōrm)
Shaped like a string of beads or beaded necklace.
[L. monile, necklace, + forma, appearance]

moniliform

beaded; having the appearance of a string of beads.
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TCs have small cell bodies, and remarkably thin, long, and moniliform prolongations called telopodes (Tps).
sup][15] The most distinctive ultrastructural feature of TCs is the presence of special long, thin, and moniliform prolongations called telopodes (Tps), which comprise thin segments (podomers) in alternation with dilated segments (podoms), accommodating mitochondria, rough endoplasmic reticulum (rER), smooth endoplasmic reticulum, and caveolae.
The characteristic moniliform blepharosis (Figure 2) was present over bilateral upper and lower eyelids.
7) Moniliform blepharosis (beaded papules) along the margins of the eyelids are characteristic feature.
These stamens bear pale yellow anthers on filaments that are basally blue, distally white, and bearded by yellow moniliform trichomes (Figs.
Hearts: In 6-11, large moniliform, especially last two pairs.
11k), with short and moniliform flagellomeres, length of the pedicellum subequal to that of F2.
1a); antennal segment one submoniliform, 2, 3 moniliform to filiform, 4 subserrate, 5 to 10 serrate, 11th subacute apically; antenna extending to humerus or slightly beyond (Figs.