canal cell

canal cell

[kə′nal ‚sel]
(botany)
One of the row of cells that make up the axial row within the neck of an archegonium.
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ROCK inhibitors alter the distribution of actin stress fibers and modulate the cell-matrix interactions of cultured trabecular meshwork and Schlemm's canal cells. In addition, topical administration of ROCK inhibitor eye drops reduces the intraocular pressure (IOP) in rabbit and monkey models by increasing the outflow capacity.
The apical surface of the collector canal cells is almost smooth (Fig.
Other authors suggest that the cement cells are derived from the collecting canal cells in the cyprid (Cheung and Nigrelli, 1975).