heterocellular

heterocellular

 [het″er-o-sel´u-ler]
composed of cells of different kinds.
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het·er·o·cel·lu·lar

(het'ĕr-ō-sel'yū-lăr),
Formed of cells of different kinds.
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het·er·o·cel·lu·lar

(het'ĕr-ō-sel'yū-lăr)
Formed of cells of different kinds.
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The relative proportions of upright and procumbent cell in woods are not conveyed by the terms "heterocellular," "homocellular," "heterogeneous" or "homogeneous." While convenient to use for initial assessments or for diagnostic purposes such as wood identification, we must realize that we are dealing with physiological and ecological wood anatomy.
George et al., "Heterocellular gap junctional communication between alveolar epithelial cells," American Journal of Physiology Lung Cellular and Molecular Physiology, vol.
Thum, "Heterocellular signalling and crosstalk in the heart in ischaemia and heart failure," Cardiovascular Research, vol.
Thein, "Heterocellular hereditary persistence of fetal haemoglobin affects the haematological parameters of [beta]-thalassaemia trait," British Journal of Haematology, vol.
In addition, monocytes and macrophages form heterocellular GJCs with [CD103.sup.+] DCs, endothelial cells, and T cells [106,140-142,145].
Functional engineering of hepatocytes via heterocellular presentation of a hornoadhesive molecule E-cadherin.
Rays heterocellular with 1 to 2 rows of upright and/or square marginal cells, 9-20 per min, exclusively (in B.
The radial longitudinal section enabled us to determine the phloem radii, which are heterocellular, with 4-5 marginal rows of high upright cells, the multiseriate parts composed of procumbent cells having intercellular spaces (Fig.
Rays were heterocellular, possessing both upright and procumbent cells (Fig.
The interactions between CRC cells and noncolon fibroblasts at the distant metastatic sites are important, yet these heterocellular tumor-stroma interactions for preventive and/or therapeutic strategies for metastatic colorectal cancer remain understudied.
1200 records) and examined chronological patterns for the incidence of such features as vessel element length, scalariform perforation plates versus simple plates, opposite and scalariform versus alternate intervessel pitting, imperforate element pit structure, heterocellular versus homocellular rays, and axial parenchyma distribution patterns [ILLUSTRATION FOR FIGURE 1 A-D OMITTED].