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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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Problems in SHF development can also compromise the septation process resulting in a single outflow vessel-a condition known as persistent truncus arteriosus.
We found that the activity of TBX5 is really important for septation," Bruneau says.
Mathematical model for apical growth, septation, and branching of mycelial microorganisms.
CHARACTERIZATION OF SEPTATION MUTANTS IN ASPERGILLUS NIDULANS.
However, time-lapse microscopy of the triple mutant, which was overproducing FtsZ, revealed that branches arose from abnormal septation events.
As cardiac morphogenesis proceeds through stage HH 21, valvulogenesis and septation begins and thus, an epithelial--mesenchymal transition occurs within the endocardial cushions of the atrioventricular region and the outflow tract.
Their findings showed that bacteria exposed to teichoplanin often showed abnormal septation and double layered cell wall.
It provided a numerical characterization of snxB1, and data suggest that colonies are not hyper-branching, and that septation may be uncoupled from nuclear division.
This septation hypothesis is further extended to include all pteridosperms, thus providing a basic evolutionary difference between the seed ferns and other groups.