hypodermal


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hypodermal

(hī′pə-dûr′məl)
adj.
1. Of or relating to the hypodermis.
2. Lying below the epidermis.
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Examination of the skin of the control and test animals showed that there were more adipocytes with an increase in size in the hypodermal layer in the control subjects (Fig.
Features such as the coelomyarian-polymyarian musculature, accessory hypodermal chords, intestine with few multinucleated cells, developed the reproductive system, and location of these parasites support this hypothesis since these characteristics are widely described for metastrongylids (GARDINER & POYNTON, 2006).
Anthocyanins, the pigmented phenolics responsible for wine color, are located in the vacuoles of hypodermal cells, right under the grape skin.
Upon topical contact, substances which do not evaporate or are not mechanically removed, may penetrate into the epidermis and subsequently reach the hypodermal vascular network via the dermis.
Interestingly, long-short cell alternation is also apparently absent from roots of Oryza sativa (Kim & Dolan, 2011), though it is common in the root epidermis (or root hypodermal layer) of most monocots (e.
Epidermal and hypodermal characteristics in North America Cactoideae (Cactaceae).
BL are distinct from other patterns such as Voight's lines, Langer's lines of cleavage, and the lines of innervations of the appendages, vascular system and hypodermal adipose tissue, all, alone or in combination may be implicated in the morphological presentation.
Furthermore, forward genetics screens identified a ubiquitin specific protease (USP) to be involved in regulating direct reprogramming of hypodermal (skin) cells in worms.
After digitizing the macroscopy and microscopy images, thicknesses (leaf blade, epidermis, hypodermal tissue, midrib and sclerified layer), areas (leaf blade, vascular bundle and stoma), leaf width and length, and stomatal density (Fig.
Fresh/frozen shrimp products imported into Australia for human consumption were subjected to mandatory testing using PCR technology for three major shrimp viruses - WSSV, Yellow Head Virus (YHV) and Infectious Hypodermal and Haematopoietic Necrosis Virus (IHHNV) at the level of 5% prevalence with 95% confidence from October 2007.
Diagnosis: Female macropterous; blackish brown with red hypodermal pigment, the living individuals have tube reddish; antennal segments blackish brown except segment III brownish yellow, pale brown distally; setae brown yellowish; fore wings slightly shaded around margins and in a medial longitudinal line; clavus and sub-basal area brown.