tubuli

tu·bu·li

(tū'byū-lī),
Plural of tubulus.

tu·bu·li

(tū'byū-lī)
Plural of tubulus.

tubuli

[L.] plural of tubulus.

tubuli contorti
convoluted seminiferous tubules.
tubuli recti
straight seminiferous tubules.
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A portion of the glycotoxins filtered in the glomeruli are disintegrated in the tubuli and the remainder is excreted in urine.
Nonspecific lesions of mild pulmonary anthracosis, moderate diffuse renal tubular necrosis, and spheroid body formation within renal tubuli indicating some degree of dehydration were seen in both birds.
human dentine, quantity and structure of exposed dentine, size and number of tubuli openings and surface treatment.
Sections showed a fallopian tube, testicular tissue comprising prepubertal tubuli seminiferi with an interstitium with Leydig cell hyperplasia, and a small rim of ovarian stroma.
The terminology for fine morphological descriptions of ossicles is still not satisfactory, especially for the tubercles, and, in addition, the fine tubuli (longitudinal, perpendicular, oblique, or reticular network) in l.
Because of the small size of MT, Cd-MT is readily filtered through the glomeruli and reabsorbed by the proximal tubuli and thus accumulates in the kidney cortex, where a major part of the body burden is located (Nordberg et al.
In shrew #5017, renal tubuli and glomeruli, as well as nuclei of bronchiolar epithelial cells, had BDV-N.
Su mecanismo de accion es diferente al de otros arsenicales, pues actua como veneno hemolitico cuyo exitus es taponamiento e insuficiencia renal por obstruccion de los tubuli con los moldes de hemoglobina formados en la hemolisis y por lo general se salda con la muerte.
The percentage of tubuli with necrosis was significantly lesser in the I/R + NDGA group (15 [+ or -] 0.
Anchoring and biosynthesis of stalked brush border membrane proteins: glycosidase and peptidase of enterocytes and renal tubuli.