Dermatopathia pigmentosa reticularis is a rare reticulate
pigmentary disorder which starts during infancy or childhood and consists of a triad of generalized reticulate
hyperpigmentation, nonscarring alopecia, and nail dystrophy.
Exine ornamentation is reticulate
. The exine is 2.52 m thick and the ectexine is thicker than the endexine.
Histopathological manifestation of the reticulate
pigmentation of DPR is not diagnostic.
Freutrall early (Citrus reticulate
(4.) Watkins DM AND LOCKWOOD JH--confluent & reticulate
10) 2.0x as wide as long, 1.1x as wide as mesosoma; occiput rather weakly, transversely reticulate-coriaceous; hyperoccipital carina faintly evident; vertex finely reticulate-coriaceous laterally (not transversely so), between ocelli smooth and with weak transverse striae medially; frons smooth on mid area in upper half, finely reticulate
here towards sides, in lower half with weak, oblique reticulate-coriaceous sculpture.
Exceptions are some species of Amphibolips Reinhard, the metasoma of which is partially reticulate
or with some indistinct striation.
, reticules medium and irregular, Colpus area and apocolpium are psilate or slightly reticulate
surface looks like a network of connected wind-blown dunes and ripples.
Renaissance Herbs has introduced a high-potency extract of Salacia (Salacia reticulate
), standardized to 20% saponins, which is meant for weight management and blood sugar control.
6 [micro]m-7.5 [micro]m x 4 [micro]m-5 [micro]m, including the crests, and their convex walls showed a fine reticulate
Primary schools sporting facilities are not turf covered, hence there are no plans to recycle and reticulate
water for irrigation.