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reticular

 [rĕ-tik´u-lar]
resembling a net.
reticular activating system the system of cells of the reticular formation of the medulla oblongata that receive collaterals from the ascending sensory pathways and project to higher centers; they control the overall degree of central nervous system activity, including wakefulness, attentiveness, and sleep; abbreviated RAS.

re·tic·u·lar

, reticulated (re-tik'yū-lăr, -lāt'ĕd),
Relating to a reticulum.

reticulated

/re·tic·u·lat·ed/ (-lāt″ed) reticular.

re·tic·u·lar

, reticulated (rĕ-tik'yū-lăr, -lāt'ĕd)
Relating to a reticulum.

reticulated

reticular.
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As previously stated, a reticulated pattern is occasionally described in SESD, which could be similar to the architecture of the tumor of the follicular infundibulum, and one example of morphological overlap was described as a hybrid of follicular infundibulum tumor and SESD, which is a reminder that a precise classification is not always possible (8, 10-11, 16).
CRP is characterized by centrally confluent and peripherally reticulated scaly brown plaques and papules that are cosmetically disfiguring.
This is in contrast with opinions of some authors, who believe that reticulated platelets are large platelets.
The non-linear buckling analysis procedures for single-layer reticulated shells based upon non-linear finite element (FE) analysis have been developed to trace the equilibrium path by many researchers (Forman, Hutchinson 1970; Meek, Tan 1984; Borri, Spinelli 1998; Gosowski 2003; Gioncu 1995, 2003; Nie 2003).
Reticulated pythons are the longest species of snake in the world.
Female reticulated pythons are capable of laying 60 to 100 eggs at a time, which take 70 to 90 days to hatch.
New technologies have been introduced recently which rely on fluorescence methods to recognize reticulated immature platelets and thus determine the cause of thrombocytopenia.
The maximum width is at the sharp aboral margin, carina is reticulated or laciniated.
Reticulated Basket and Stand (c 1815) comprises a footed open-weave basket set atop a matching plate.
I've been wrapped up and put unconscious by a reticulated python that was only 18 feet long.
Abbreviations used in the text and figure captions of descriptions are as follows: AbdII, AbdIV, AbdV, AbdVIII are abdominal second, fourth, fifth and eighth respectively; AntI, AntII, AntIII, AntIV, AntV, AntVIb, AntVIpt are antennal segments I to V plus base and processus terminalis of antennal segment VI, respectively; B is body; D is basal diameter of antennal segment III; HF is the hind femur; HT is hind tibia; Ht2 is second segment of hind tarsus; SIPH is siphunculus and siphunculi; URS is the ultimate rostral segment; WR is the siphunculus width at beginning of the reticulated part.
The four configurations included a 10-pore per inch (PPI) reticulated foam filter alone, and a 10-PPI filter with angled screens, straight 20-PPI filters or angled 20-PPI filters.