orbiculare

len·tic·u·lar pro·cess of in·cus

[TA]
a knob at the tip of the long limb of the incus that articulates with the stapes.

len·tic·u·lar pro·cess of in·cus

(len-tik'yŭ-lăr pros'es ing'kŭs) [TA]
A knob at the tip of the long limb of the incus of the middle ear, which articulates with the stapes.
Synonym(s): orbiculare.
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orbiculare, GST genes were induced for transcription in Nicotiana benthamiana (49).
(18) The reason for rarity of tinea capitis in adults is thought to be due to increase in fungicidal and fungistatic fatty acids in sebum, protection afforded by the scalp colonisation by Pityrosporum orbiculare and other unidentified immunological mechanism.
Rhizosphere population dynamics and internal colonization of cucumber by plant growth-promoting rhizobacteria which induce systemic resistance to Colletotrichum orbiculare. In: Biological Control of Plant Diseases, pp: 185-191.
Influence of salinity and temperature on the larval development of the crown crab, Hymenosoma orbiculare (Crustacea: Brachyura: Hymenosomatidae).
La fase micelial de estas levaduras fue designada por muchos anos con el nombre de Malassezia furfur, mientras que a los dos tipos morfologicos de la fase de levadura se les llamo Pityrosporum ovale y P orbiculare. Con el desarrollo de las tecnicas moleculares y estudios morfologicos, bioquimicos y fisiologicos se sabe que el taxon Malassezia comprende 14 especies: 7 de ellas descritas por Gueho y col.
projectum was once recorded as Hymenosoma orbiculare Desmarest, 1823 until recent genetic studies proposed splitting of the South African H.
Dandruff is caused by pityrosporum orbiculare - the yeast that feeds on skin oils.
Orbiculare and rarely Demodex Follicularum are present, but they do not affect the process of inflammation.
Vicia pyrenaica and Campanula scheuchzeri + in 21; Trifoliitm pratense +, Phyteuma orbiculare 1 in 22.