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pili

 [pi´li] (L.)
plural of pilus.

pi·li

(pī'lī),
Plural of pilus.
[L.]

pili

/pi·li/ (pi´li) [L.] plural of pilus.

pili

(pī′lī′)
n.
Plural of pilus.

pili

See pilus.

pili

Plural of pilus.

pi·li

(pī'lī)
Plural of pilus.
[L.]

pili

plural of pilus.

pili torti
curvature of the hair follicle results in twisted, flattened hairs; may be caused by systemic disease or inflammation of the hair follicle. Reported in cats.
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Nanay Merle credits her partnership with SEDP-Simbag for enabling her to make further improvements to her products, as well as professionalize her pili oil production.
MRHU may be caused by the transport of biological molecules (bacterial metabolites= haemagglutinine, flocculine) through BNT (Biological nano-tubes)=fimbriae= pili and were evaluated at different MRHA and Sero-typing, caused by viable cell and by the isolated fimbriae=pili=BNT.
coli synthesis is a boomerang-shaped protein called papD--a member of a family of proteins known as chaperones because their job is to supervise and oversee the assembly of pili.
We all knew Titi Pili was really going to die soon and even when she told me I'd never get a husband if I didn't get some breasts and grow fatter around the bottom, I didn't get mad.
Pili, Camarines Sur -- The newly installed general to head the Philippine Army in the Bicol Region said yesterday he is advocating peace with - not war against - the New People's Army (NPA).
While it is true that Camarines Sur has become one of the fastest-growing tourist destinations in the country, doesn't it make economic sense to just rehabilitate and expand the existing airport in Pili instead of building a new one?
One-year-old Thomas Howe and his mum Amy were visiting Pili Palas Nature World when the bird "flew at him".
CYLCH Pili Pala is a Welsh language pre-school playgroup and nursery in East Cardiff and its continuing success is down to the ongoing support of the Mudiad Meithrin (the organisation dedicated to providing Welsh medium children's education), its parents and, importantly, its staff.