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fimbriate

[′fim·brē‚āt]
(biology)
Having a fringe along the edge.
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The recurved apex of the aedeagus is distinctly fimbriated or lobed and the ventral surface is characteristically striated.
Genes specifying receptors for F18 fimbriated Escherichia coli, causing oedema disease and postweaning diarrhea in pigs, map to chromosome 6.
A membranous, annular, or circumferential hymen is most common in prepubertal children after the estrogen effect has subsided, but as puberty approaches it usually develops a fimbriated or dentate appearance.
FIMBRIATED OR LACINIATED: Petals are split on the ends, giving the flower a fringed look.
You can get the Carnation type with a lovely fimbriated edge to the petals and the Picotee type with a coloured edge to the petals.
In a normal pregnancy, the egg released from the ovary is caught by the fimbriated (fringed) end of the fallopian, tube, where it is fertilized and then moves downwards to the uterus.
acute pyelonephritis caused by nosocomial spread of P fimbriated
Ensure that you have grasped the fimbriated end of the tube.
In patients with ovarian cancer, over 80% are diagnosed with advanced stage, and this is where the new theory of the pathogenesis of ovarian cancer originating in the fimbriated end of the fallopian tube begins to have credibility.