tegumental


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teg·u·men·tal

, tegumentary (teg'yū-men'tăl, teg-ū-men'tă-rē),
Relating to the integument.

teg·u·men·tal

, tegumentary (teg'yū-men'tăl, -tăr-ē)
Relating to the integument.

tegumental

, tegumentary (tĕg″ū-mĕn′tăl) (-tă-rē)
Concerning the skin or tegument; covering.
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Tegumental alteration and quantification of the number of tubercles were performed for cardamonin (10,25,50 and 100 [micro]M) using a confocal laser scanning microscope (de Moraes et al.
Gargaphia bergi Monte, Leptopharsa firma Drake & Hambleton, and Nobarnus pilosus Guilbert in having slender, long cephalic and marginal tubercles, and in lacking complex tegumental projections (Guilbert 2004a; Guilbert & Montemayor 2010; Montemayor & Dellape 2010).
The tegument (Figure 4, A) possessed scaly spines (curved arrow), tegumental cells (large arrow), and an intervening smooth muscle layer (small arrow).
It has a pyriform body and a narrow tail tapering posteriorly and provided with transverse tegumental annulations (Fig.
Erosions, at least initially, are not associated with structures of the shell such as setal pores or tegumental glands (Smolowitz et al.
These glands are identical in structure to the tegumental glands that occur everywhere beneath the epithehum, and Yonge speculated that the fertilized eggs are attached by a "cement" secreted by these glands at the time of egg-laying.
Laboratory studies have revealed that the drug causes contraction of tegumental vacuoles making the worm to disengage from the wall of the veins and die.
Thus on antennal segment IV, the large e3 and i2 sensilla are roundish and are placed in cavities and covered by a tegumental fold; antennal segment I and II present with 6 and 11 setae, respectively, and seta a0 absent on the head.