isodiametric


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isodiametric

[¦ī·sō‚dī·ə′me·trik]
(biology)
Having equal diameters or dimensions.
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Changes in the morphology of the endodermal cells were observed in vitro, including an increase in the size and a change in the shape from longitudinal to isodiametric (Figure 1).
Subjacent to the secretory epidermis is a zone of isodiametric parenchyma cells 6-10 cell layers deep.
Meshes isodiametric in central portions of vertex, elongate and narrow along lateral portions near inner margin of eyes.
In Portulaca as well, cell shape which is isodiametric on the adaxial surface is diagnostic of P.
2H) made the determination of the following cellular elements possible: a) Sclereids: Consisting of polygonal rectangular brachisclereids, 100 [micro]m in length and 40 [micro]m in width; and isodiametric brachisclereids, 50 [micro]m in diameter (Fig.
Intercostal cells are very irregular in shape, from near isodiametric, quasi-square, elongate polygonal, doubly to tribulbous with curved to semisinusoidal walls (Figs.
Its isodiametric body is intended to enable fast, easy insertion and removal.
Parenchyma is tissue composed of cells that are typically brick-shaped or isodiametric.
The yellow callus showing small clusters (Figure 2B) had isodiametric cells, and those having large yellow clusters were isodiametric in shape (Figure 2C).
Most leptosporangiate ferns share a common shoot apical organizational pattern, in which a superficial layer of large anticlinally elongate cells overlies a zone of smaller isodiametric cells.
Available in single and dual coil configurations, the RELIANCE lead has a smooth, isodiametric body to aid in positioning and shorter terminal legs to reduce material at the implant site.
For example, many "free" cells of certain carrot strains tend to be cigar-shaped, but oval to nearly isodiametric cells are also present.