Furthermore, in the cultivar Revolucion, Finetti Sialer (1990) observed that during the expansion of the feeding site, adjacent phloem cells were displaced or incorporated into the syncytium
. In Andean varieties, however, the phloem was reduced and displaced to the periphery, losing contact with the xylem, as described in commercial potatoes parasitized by this nematode (Lax et al., 2013).
Endocardial endothelium syncytium
can be functionally represented
ABCA1 expression was localized to the syncytium
and vascular endothelial cells of the placental tissues, as indicated by the arrowheads.
In the absence of any strong and adverse response from the root cell, like localized cell death or callose deposition, a syncytium
is initiated from ISC.
covering the stem villi is desquamated on considerable extent and replaced with fibrinoid.
Pioneer neuroscientist Camillo Golgi believed that the fundamental unit of neural function was the syncytium
, or diffuse nerve network (2).
The role of cytotrophoblasts is to provide the syncytium
with cells in addition to forming outpouchings that later become the chorionic villi covering the chorionic sac.
depends upon the maternal blood supply for its oxygen requirement and reduction of villous vascularity impairs the oxygenation of the syncytium
Within the broken islet, scattered beta cells are no longer functionally synchronized, as within the ordered PI core of intact islets forming a membrane potential syncytium
. Expected long-lasting local SST overproduction by enumerating delta cells and the concomitant enhanced paracrine SST effect on the diminishing number of beta cells with deteriorating autocrine insulin function , which is otherwise supporting beta cell viability, must affect normal beta cell maintenance.
The central role of human chorionic gonadotropin in the formation of human placental syncytium
. Endocrinol, 144: 1108-1120.
The cells are small, uniformly bland, and polygonal to round and are arranged in a syncytium
with indistinct cell borders (figure 3).
Sporozoite entry in target cells is a rapid process and within 15-30 minutes of invasion the infective sporozoite eliminates the enclosing host cell membrane and free in cytoplasm, parasite then differentiates into a multinucleated syncytium
called a schizont.