An image of the solar limb showing spicules
and part of an overlying prominence.
Critically, they found that the properties of these simulations matched observations of real spicules
by the Interface Region Imaging Spectograph and the Swedish Solar Telescope.
show promise for clearing this hurdle.
megsacculata), shape of egg, and shorter length ratio between male spicules
Typically, the skeleton is formed by spicules
, calcareous or siliceous, or with an organic support.
They have a characteristic sunburst or honey comb radiating spicules
from a round to oval defect.
Raman analysis of the crystals, present as the 'head' of the spicules
as well as isolated clusters, using a 532 nm laser, confirmed they were quartz.
Freshwater sponges (Porifera: Spongillidae) from Lake Llopango, El Salvador, with observations on spicule
malformation in Spongilla alba.
Clinically, it is characterized by spicules
(minute fingerlike keratin projections) with colors ranging from skin-colored to yellow or brown, varying in size (0.
12] In our case hysteroscopic removal of the bony spicules
and laparoscopy with adhesiolysis were successfully performed.
In addition, irregularly-shaped bone spicules
were found surrounded by osteoblast-like cells, some of which had already undergone calcification (Fig.
It may also be differed in tridents nature, length of spicules
and anal papillae number in males, and by the inflation of vulva lips in females and excretory pore position.