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striate

 [stri´āt] (striated [stri´āt-ed]) having streaks or striae.
Miller-Keane Encyclopedia and Dictionary of Medicine, Nursing, and Allied Health, Seventh Edition. © 2003 by Saunders, an imprint of Elsevier, Inc. All rights reserved.

striated

Striped, grooved, or ridged.
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The review of literature shows marked differences in opinion, regarding the presence and morphology of the intercalated and striated ducts.
Despite the different functions of the two different types of adductor muscle, for the adductor muscle, metal concentrations were similar in both the striated muscle, which enables swimming movements, and the smooth muscle, which keeps the shell tightly closed (Chantler 1991).
Deleuze and Guattari introduce the notion that game play could become a model for understanding the differences between smooth and striated machines.
One could say, following Deleuze's formulations of smooth space as opposed to striated space, the focus of the conference was to discuss the ways in which the striated space of the New World could be disrupted or smoothed into new connections by the lived reality of Otherness in the Americas.
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The Atonist vision of Western space is synonymous with what Deleuze and Guattari term a "striated space," or the space of State science, which they suggest is both "limited and limiting" (382).
These structures were the exoskeleton, hypodermal layer, tracheae (a portion of the respiratory tract), digestive tract, striated muscle, head, posterior end, and developing eggs.