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spheroid

 [sfēr´oid]
a spherelike body.

sphe·roid

, spheroidal (sfē'royd, sfē-royd'ăl),
Shaped like a sphere.
[L. spheroideus]

spheroid

/sphe·roid/ (sfēr´oid) a spherelike body.

sphe·roid

, spheroidal (sfēr'oyd, sfēr-oyd'ăl)
Shaped like a sphere.
[L. spheroideus]

spheroid

a sphere-like body.

axonal s's
these appear in axons in the early stages of development of progressive axonopathy; the spheroids are eosinophilic, round or oval swellings containing degenerate organelles.
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It preserves the qualitative behaviors observed in spheroids [4, 7], while tuning to cell cycle dynamics measured in [11] and spheroid growth dynamics measured in [1].
To test whether c-Myc is required for BPA-induced spheroid proliferation, c-Myc knockdown MCF10A cells and control cells were treated with EtOH or BPA and the levels of spheroid proliferation were determined.
The spheroid technology is more consistent than earlier organoids in generating the same kinds of cortex-like structures in repeated experiments.
Spheroid organization kinetics of H35 rat hepatoma model cell system on elastin-like polypeptide-polyethyleneimine copolymer substrates.
3D spheroids: spheroids collected from RWV unit were allowed to sediment at unit gravity to allow the removal of the small clumps from the supernatant.
Section 2 provides the theoretical procedure for the determination of the scattered fields of an axial Gaussian beam by a conducting spheroid with a non-confocal chiral coating.
The downside with the prolate spheroids is that percolation will occur for smaller volume fraction than spheroid particles.
If the spheroids of differing eccentricity model the Earth surface then the corresponding tools are applied including great ellipse or generally geodesic-based trajectories.
Concerning the total number of these spheroids in existence, it is the opinion of Professor Leuschner that there are probably about 50,000 of them
Particular attention is devoted to the population of spheroids (either prolate or oblate).
The survey on class is, of course, a load of spheroids, as it was an exercise in self classification in which the major criteria was whether you used a cafetiere and were best friends with Cath Kidston.