unstriated


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unstriated

 [un-stri´āt-ed]
having no striations, as smooth muscle.

un·stri·at·ed

(ŭn-strī'āt-ĕd),
Without striations; not striped; denoting the structure of the smooth or involuntary muscles.

unstriated

(ŭn-strī′ā′tĭd)
adj.
Lacking striations; smooth-textured.

un·stri·at·ed

(ŭn-strī'āt-ĕd)
Without striations; not striped; denoting the structure of the smooth or involuntary muscles.
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