manchette

man·chette

(man-shet'),
A conic array of microtubules that invests the nucleus of a spermatid; believed to play a role in shaping the nucleus during spermiogenesis.
[Fr. cuff, dim. of manche, sleeve, fr. L. manicae; fr. manus, hand]

manchette

(măn-chĕt′) [Fr., a cuff]
A circular band consisting of microtubules around the caudal pole of developing sperm.
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I could now see her dress in full daylight; a neat, simple mousseline-laine gown fitted her compact round shape to perfection--delicate little collar and manchettes of lace, trim Parisian brodequins showed her neck, wrists, and feet, to complete advantage; but how grave was her face as she came suddenly upon me!
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Meiosis-expressed gene 1 (MEIG1) plays an important role in spermiogenesis, which forms a complex with other proteins and binds to manchette, then transports cargos along the manchette to build sperm flagella [21].
Adapted from a novel by Jean-Patrick Manchette, The Gunman is a gleefully violent action thriller.
Adapted from a novel by Jean-Patrick Manchette, The Gunman is a gleefully violent action thriller, which seems to appeal to leading man Penn's outspoken political and social views.
Pour honorer ces annAaAaAeA@es de service, Greg et Bryan occu des postes d'honneur en manchette et Greg continue d'avoir un lien important avec la revue en tant que trAaAaAeA@sorier du ComitAaAaAeA@ canadie l'histoire du travail (CCHT).
A partir de los anos ochenta, se evidencia un agotamiento de temas y estructuras que conduce al cierre de importantes colecciones y series, lo que, unido al desencanto de los intelectuales de izquierda, lleva a Jean-Patrick Manchette a proclamar la muerte del neo-polar (Lopez Martinez 177).
Journalist Gaber El-Qarmoty, who hosted Manchette, also announced on Monday that his contract with ONTV would end.
There's also the cuff jewelry women's watch called Faubourg Manchette Joaillerie, which showcases Hermes' legendary saddlery tradition in the leatherwork.
[sup][4] concluded four possible mechanisms including acrosome being lost in the sertoli cell, [sup][2],[8] acrosome being lost in the cytoplasm, acrosome degeneration and absence, [sup][8] or malfunction of the caudal manchette. [sup][7] Although the exact mechanism of acrosomal absence was not clear, one common view is that globozoospermia likely originates during spermiogenesis.
Based on the novel The Prone Gunman by Jean-Patrick Manchette, The Gunman is a slick action thriller about a man of violence, who discovers he cannot turn his back on the past.
Penn has always excelled at playing damaged human figures; perhaps his hand in the script (which he co-adapted with Don MacPherson and Pete Travis, from a 1981 pulp novel by Frenchman Jean-Patrick Manchette) accounts for the degree of moral compromise in Terrier, a well-meaning liberal atoning for corrupt acts in his past.