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root·lets

(rūt'lĕts),
In neuroanatomy, nerve rootlets (radicular fila). See: filum.
See also: radicular fila.
Synonym(s): fila radicularia [TA]

rootlets

attachments of the basal bodies of cells to their cytoplasm.
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No bong needed here for a buzz of heady malt rootlet aroma and a high of milled and baked-on-site, warm whole wheat bread loaves.
5, 6, 9, 12) The course of the rootlets should be followed from the root entry zone to the DRG in the neural foramen.
The rootlets were characterised by a higher concentration of valerenic acid than the rhizomes, which was in accordance with the findings reported by Wills and Shohet (2003).
5 to 3 cm, whereas H is missing; nanodepretions sometimes in humus accumulations are observed with roots and rootlets.
Histopathologically, the primary site of injury appears to be the rootlets that connect the stereocilia to the top of the hair cell.
I am against bigness and greatness in all their forms and with the invisible molecular forces that work from individual to individual, stealing in through the crannies of the world like so many soft rootlets or like the capillary oozing of water, and yet rending the hardest monuments of man's pride, if you give them time.
Thin filaments from the cut proximal dorsal rootlets were teased apart until muscle spindle activity from a single neuron with the most sensitive part of its receptive field being in the low back could be identified.
Lotus rootlets are often pickled with rice vinegar, sugar, chili, and/or garlic.
These structural abnormalities in CM-1 may include stretching of cranial nerves or direct compression of brain stem nuclei, compression of the posterolateral part of the medulla and the upper cervical spinal cord, vascular distortion in the territories irrigated by the vertebral and posterior inferior cerebellar arteries, and pressure on the rootlets of C1, C2, and the vagus nerves (4,5).
The stemlets and rootlets of each treatment were separately placed under 75[degrees]C for 48 hours and then their dry weights were measured.
Thin strips of bark were used by all 19 birds to integrate rootlets, leaf petioles, and leaves.
The silcrete has formed by silicification of a clean, well-washed sand deposit; this is quite different to the weathering profile developed on the underlying Boxvale Sandstone Member, which contains an extensively ferruginised opal-clay matrix with cutans and rootlets.