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striated

Fluted, as a column.
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8x as long as rest of body, T1 with two strong and complete carinae, T2 striated in and between basal foveae to 0.
Epithelial cells of the posterior midgut are each characterized by the presence of a well-developed striated border relative to the digestive cells of the anterior midgut, which suggests a role of nutrient absorption; moreover the occurrence of apocrine secretion or release of cytoplasmic vesicles into the lumen was not observed.
Synergy between detrusor contraction simultaneously with smooth and striated sphincter relaxation is extremely important for a balanced LUT.
But the new pictures showed that the roots continue through, make a sharp 110-degree angle, and extend all the way to the membrane at the opposite side of the cell, where they connect with the striated organelle.
Highest concentrations were found in the digestive organs and lowest concentrations in either the smooth or striated adductor muscle, which were similar.
The origins of its formal vocabulary can be found in the frigid, end-of-art spirit of minimalism in the late 1960s and early 1970s, especially in the neatly striated lines that the painter Sol LeWitt favored at the time.
A closer look showed not one but three clearly striated (scratched) bones lay embedded in the rock, the latter was too large and heavy to move.
And while the striated cliffs of Zabriskie Point, the briny reflection pools of Badwater and the ever-shifting sand dunes of Mesquite Flats beckon, I sit on the patio and have another organic lemonade before venturing out into the hot and sandy wilds just beyond the gate.
It is embellished with square diamantes and features striated acetate temples.
Below: As leisurely as usually, The loon peers and sinks from sight//What striated wonder there/To lure one away from that riffled surface/From that soft marbling of the morning/Wearing such diffusion of light.
In examining those structures, we found that the striated texture of the small trichobothrial hood, plus the presence of PMS paracribellar spigots and PLS modified spigot (amaurobiid PLS spigot of Wang 2000), are unique and define Amaurobius (the type genus of the family) and related genera including, at least, Callobius Chamberlin 1947, Pimus Chamberlin 1947 and Taira Lehtinen 1967.