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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

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

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).
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Next, the roof of the sinus was carefully removed to gain access to the sphenoidal sinus from above (axial view); and in all specimens but 5 (n=40), the septation was then investigated.
At CS16, septation of the OFT was initiated [Figure 5]a, [Figure 5]b, [Figure 5]c, [Figure 5]d, [Figure 5]e.
(1,2) Septations within it are likely from peritoneal adhesions and may show vascularity.
Cases with small or thick fluid collection (solid-like appearance) with the complex echo structure and thick septations were evaluated as nondrainable, so inefficient chest tube placement with possible complications has been avoided [10, 18, 26].
Aged culture completely black with no aerial mycelium on Potato dextrose agar Microscopic characteristics such as brownish black septate mycelium and dark brown beaked conidia with transverse and longitudinal septation of A.
At early fetal stages of 14.5 dpc the heart has increased in size (Figure 2(b)) and ventricular septation is now complete.
Similarly [20] reported in mouse that ventricular septation was dependent on a single structure, interventricular septum which had both muscular and mesenchymal components.
Transvaginal and abdominal ultrasonography revealed atrophic uterus with 4.5 mm endometrial thickness and 80x42 mm cystic mass with fine internal septation and echoes in right adnexa.
They reproduce asexually through internal septation and release the endospores when the parent cell ruptures.
Using animal models, Keck School of edicine researchers found that retinoic acid (RA), a derivative of vitamin A, regulates the SHF tissue formation and the septation, or division, of the outflow tract into the ascending aorta and the pulmonary artery.
"We found that the activity of TBX5 is really important for septation," Bruneau says.
CHARACTERIZATION OF SEPTATION MUTANTS IN ASPERGILLUS NIDULANS.