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septate

 [sep´tāt]
divided by a septum.

sep·tate

(sep'tāt),
Having a septum; divided into compartments.
[L. saeptum, septum]

septate

/sep·tate/ (sep´tāt) divided by a septum.

septate

(sĕp′tāt′)
adj.
Divided by a septum or septa.

septate

[sep′tāt]
pertaining to a structure divided by a septum.

septate

adjective Referring to or characterised by septa; divided, as by a septa.

sep·tate

(sep'tāt)
Having a septum; divided into compartments.
[L. saeptum, septum]

septate

Having a partition (SEPTUM) or several partitions (septa).

septate

compartmented

septate

divided by a septum or septa.
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The mycelial width, conidium size and their beak length were varied from small to large, as well as septations (H and V) were ranged from 1-12 (horizontal) to 0-3 (vertical).
One study found that ventricular septation completes between day 7 and 8.
Problems in SHF development can also compromise the septation process resulting in a single outflow vessel-a condition known as persistent truncus arteriosus.
These are among the most common CHDs observed in animals exposed to TCE and dichloroethylene, which include stenosis of the atrioventricular, pulmonary, and aortic valves; aortic and pulmonary artery hypoplasia; and disrupted atrial and ventricular septation (Goldberg et al.
Promotion of septation in irradiated Escberichiae coli by a cytoplasmic membrane preparation.
Failure of the endocardial cushions to shift to their normal position over the ventricles, combined with problems in ventricular septation, can also produce an "unbalanced AV canal" with a large single valve situated primarily over one ventricle (Anderson, 1978).
miRNA-processing enzyme dicer is necessary for cardiac outflow tract alignment and chamber septation.
The septation of the macroconidia was 3 to 5 and the microconidia were usually aseptate or single septate.
Both of these authors have proposed malseptation of truncoaortic sac as a possible mechanism, that is, a disturbance in the septation of the truncoaortic sac secondary to abnormal migration of neural crest cells.
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Embryologically, the anomaly arises from either abnormal septation of the aorta and the pulmonary artery, or from persistence of aortic buds that form the coronary arteries.