The renal upper pole was then excised along the atrophic cleavage plane
using a ligasure device.
It appears that the interlocking bands predict the complex cleavage planes
of simultaneous cytokinesis after meiosis in much the saine way as the single PPB predicts the simple cleavage plane
Cell elongation enables long chromatids to clear the cleavage plane
in time for cell division to occur properly.
At surgery, surprisingly all of the cisterns were obliterated and no cleavage plane
These lesions are limited to the external cortex, so a cleavage plane
where the tumor meets normal bone is readily encountered.
The initial cleavage plane
parallels that of the egg axis in most bivalves causing the egg to divide into one smaller blastomere AB and a larger CD.
Though the spindle and its two poles together can determine this cleavage plane
, several researchers have suggested that chromosomes actually mark the location.
This unique instrument gently separates a thin layer of living cells, called the epithelium, on the outside of the eye, along a natural cleavage plane
A cleavage plane
was then formed, and the lesion was excised en bloc with endoscopic instruments.
For breaker applications, it is not necessary for the fabric to completely cover the total contact cross-section, as long as at least 20-30% is covered, a notch or cleavage plane
is produced [ILLUSTRATION FOR FIGURE 4B OMITTED].
Instead a unique hand-held instrument (the Centurion SES(TM)) uses disposable separators (the EpiEdge(TM)) to gently peel back the epithelium along a natural cleavage plane
They are possibly attributable to reactivation of the cleavage planes
during Carboniferous strike slip.