border cells

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bor·der cells

cells forming the inner boundary of the spiral organ, a layer of cells found between the collagen-containing layers of the dura mater and arachnoid mater; dural border cell layer.
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The border cells mark the start of a tiling of the plane by the solution grid.
Another aspect of our research activity deals with defense mechanisms occurring specifically in root border cells with the ultimate goal of identifying novel molecules able to stimulate the plant immunity against pathogens.
It is also clear that the secretion of root border cells, organic acids, sugars, and organic materials can influence bacterial and fungal growth within the root zone.
The border cells correspond to the (right) descents of w, i.e.
where the sum is over all border cells [alpha] of D(w).
In finite grid application the problem appears to handle the border cells that do not have the same amount of neighbors.
2A) emanate from the nerve nodule along left and right sides of the ciliated groove where they connect with sensory neurons (border cells).
and development of root border cells also vary with genotype.
seriously inhibits the production and release of root border cells,
"We developed a bioassay that has allowed us to determine that chemical compounds exuding from the host's roots, root caps, and root border cells induce fungal hyphal branching," Nagahashi explains.
The third section, involving Chapters 12 and 13, provides design aspects of a CDMA system, including a discussion of propagation models, link budgets, the transition from analog to CDMA operation, radio link capacity, facility engineering, border cells on a boundary between two service providers, and interfreqnency handoff.
If the minglers are unrelated-how the hydroids determine this is not known, but they appear to use a chemical-sensing mechanism - they may create a living barrier of special border cells. Or, one side may attempt a hostile takeover of the other, an effort that generally provokes an all-out war in which the troops at the front develop specialized organs armed with stinging cells.

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