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basophilous

[bə′säf·ə·ləs]
(biology)
Staining readily with the basic dyes.
(ecology)
Of plants, growing best in alkaline soils.
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C, Geographic basophilic necrosis with surrounding organization and fibrin in a case of GPA.
Normoblast and basophilic stippling were seen occasionally.
Human hair keratin basic 1 has been found to be limited to the area of transition between ghost cells and basophilic cells, (29) and anti-human hair keratin antibody has enabled the differentiation between PC and other matrical neoplasms.
The cytoplasm of these cells is thin and the nucleus is large and rounded, with little affinity for dyes, usually with a single central and slightly basophilic nucleolus.
0 g/dL), and peripheral blood smear showed normochromic, normocytic red blood cells with basophilic stippling.
The histopathological analysis revealed the presence of basophilic intracytoplasmic inclusions in the epithelium of the digestive gland, ciliates and coccidia in gills, trematode sporocysts in gonad, and metacercariae in foot muscle, and a turbellarian in gills (Table 2).
Basophilic intracellular inclusions of bacteria-like colonies were found in the epithelium of the digestive gland and gills, without an apparent host reaction (Fig.
In group A, on light microscopy, there was a continuous single layer of elongated, flat basophilic nuclei in endothelium in H and E stained slides.
Type 1 tumours have papillae covered by a single layer of small uniform cells with scant amphophilic to basophilic cytoplasm and low nuclear grade.
Histopathology showed sheets of large, atypical mononuclear cells with slightly eccentric basophilic nuclei, single nucleoli, and scant cytoplasm.