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striate

 [stri´āt] (striated [stri´āt-ed]) having streaks or striae.

striated

/stri·at·ed/ (stri´āt-ed) having stripes or striae.

striated

[strī′āted]
Etymology: L, striatus, striped
identifying something that is striped, is marked by parallel lines, or has structural lines.

striated

Striped, grooved, or ridged.

striate, striated

having streaks or striae, e.g. striate retinopathy.

striate border
striate duct
the intralobular duct of major salivary glands.
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Moreover, our results are the first to suggest such a role for an obliquely striated muscle.
However we transform these differential relationships into a striated higher order system of objects nested in space by comparing these values to our knowledge, produced from experience, to perceive objects in the world.
2x as long as wide, and metasoma as long as rest of body with T1 evenly crenulated and T2 only very shortly striated medially.
The gastric caecae-like projections probably play a role in nutrient absorption because the epithelial cells have extensive striated borders on their apical surfaces.
Thin conical shell, number of whorls 4, umbilicus imperforate, shell pale or brownish in colour, dextral, thin, and broadly ovate, umbilicus closed, body whorl enlarged and inflated, spire with few number of whorls, sutures are depressed, aperture narrow and ovate, shell sculpture spirally striated, apex short and pointed.
The secretions of the acini pass through the intralobular ducts which include the intercalated and striated ducts and then interlobular or excretory ducts and ultimately into one or more main ducts which discharge saliva into the oral cavity1.
I still can't open pickle jars with my striated muscles and when I raise my hand to scratch my head the pain in my shoulder is still unbearable, but I do have my own locker, sweatpants with a gold stripe down each leg just like David Beckham, and a soft new mattress that I can lie down on twice a week for a whole hour and think about whatever I want as I stare at shapely, stoic-faced ballerinas perched on giant, brightly colored rubber balls.
And yet all those details--shawl, chignon, basket, stones--were hardly fleshed out by Seurat, it's a little drawing done quickly, in pencil on a little piece of paper, it's a rough sketch, an idea quickly noted down, almost a stain on the creamy white of the paper whose grooves remain noticeable underneath the thick graphite that hasn't gathered in the little dips they form, so that the drawing seems striated with white lines, and these white lines illuminate the drawing from within, giving it this vibration, this life it maintains, to this very day, whenever we look at it, even in this bad reproduction, and which made me exclaim to myself: "It's Clemence.
novaezelandiae, the adductor muscle consists of a small smooth section as well as the larger striated section and so these two components were dissected and analyzed separately.
The rocks contained glacial deposits, as well as other signs of glaciation, such as striated clasts (fragments of rock with grooves worn into them), ice-rafted debris and deformation of soft sediments.