fasciculate


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fas·cic·u·lar

(fa-sik'yū-lăr),
Relating to a fasciculus; arranged in the form of a bundle or collection of rods.

fasciculate

(fə-sĭk′yə-lĭt) also

fasciculated

(-lā′tĭd)
adj.
Arranged in or formed of fascicles; fascicular.

fas·cic′u·late·ly adv.
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The fasciculate zone had large cells with central nucleus and visible nucleolus, large amount of mitochondria and cytoplasm filled with enormous amount of lipid vesicles, and it was the area where the greatest amount of these vesicles were noted when compared to the other two cortical zones.
henriquesii, when considering leaf morphology (pinatilobate, with round lobes and abaxial leaf surface glaucous and with a dense indumentum, dominated or punctuated by fasciculate trichomes).
The mid-Artinskian event is less reflected in the Ambition Formation in northwestern Stikina, British Columbia, where more abundant fasciculate (morphoecotype III) and solitary corals (morphoecotype II) were found together with Neostreptognathodus pequopensis (Gunning et al.
In fact, morphofunctional studies show that HFDs produce a significant increase in plasma cortisol levels and adrenal gland sizes (Auvinen et al.; Mokrani et al.); morphological changes characterized by an increase in the adrenal cortex due to hyplerplasia and/or hypertrophy of fasciculate area cells, with or without changes in the glomerular or medullary zone (Mokrani et al.; Swierczynska et al., 2015).
A: Spermatic cord containing a 5-mm nodule of ectopic adrenal cortical tissue, surrounded by a connective tissue capsule, composed of zona fasciculate and zona glomerulosa (hematoxylin and eosin x40).
Adrenal hormones are secreted by the adrenal glands, which contain three zones within the cortex (i.e., glomerulosa, fasciculate, and reticularis), whereas theadrenal medulla is located in the central portion of the gland.
The types of trichomes observed were glandular (simple and bulbous) and eglandular (solitary, stellate, fused stellate, multiradiate, fasciculate and fasciculate stipitate).
These grasses have fasciculate roots, very well developed and mainly in the surface layer (Cruz et al.
Clades B and C are both characterized by hypogynous bristles but differ in their inflorescence types with B having congested, fasciculate inflorescences and C having capitate inflorescences.