excurrent


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excurrent

[eks′kə·rənt]
(biology)
Flowing out.
(botany)
Having an undivided main stem or trunk.
Having the midrib extending beyond the apex.
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Rubber's tree shape is a canopy spreading habit: horizontal tree cover (decurrent crown) while that of Cypress is slender canopy: vertical tree cover (Excurrent crown).
Inflammatory conditions of the male excurrent ductal system.
In this project, oak species had lower in-woods utilization rates than species with a more excurrent branching pattern, such as pine species and yellow poplar.
Leaves spirally arranged; petiole (0.5-)1-2 cm long, green, occasionally suffused with purple, densely pubescent; blades proximal and distal of the same shape, the distal slightly smaller, ovate to ovate-elliptic, (7-)8-14(-18) x (4-)5-7(-8) cm, bullate and slightly fleshy, the base slightly asymmetric, cuneate, the apex acute to acuminate, the margins subentire to slightly serrulate, with 20-40 teeth on each side, teeth of two-size classes, each tooth with a distal callosity, the adaxial surface green, sparsely pubescent, the abaxial surface pale green, densely pubescent with dark or hyaline trichomes, the venation semicraspedodromous, with nine to eleven pairs of secondary veins, irregularly spaced, excurrent to mid-vein, higher order veins reticulated, submarginal vein absent.
Effect of neonatal exposure to estrogenic compounds on development of the excurrent ducts of the rat testis through puberty to adulthood.
Morphological changes of the epididymis and description of the excurrent ducts of Phrynops geoffroanus (Testudines: Chelidae) during the reproductive cycle.
Changes in sperm transit through the excurrent duct system or increased removal of damaged sperm from the epididymis could provide reasonable alternative explanations to TCDD effects on spermatogenesis.
rhombeus fontainianus have inner demibranchs fused to the visceral mass, anterior ends of the inner demibranchs attached to the visceral mass adjacent to the labial palps (Stasek Type I), mantle fused between the incurrent and excurrent apertures and endobranchy, ctenidia with ciliary currents (Atkins Type D).
Subcellular structures involved in these activities, at the excurrent ducts of the testis level, in several species, included pits, coated vesicles and smooth surface vesicles with different shapes and sizes showing a predominantly pale content; endosomes, pale and dense multivesicular bodies, and lysosomes as previously characterized to some animal cells (Goldstein et al.), and verified on the epithelium compartment of the excurrent ducts of the testis (Robaire & Hermo), including the species also cited in this paper.
The adnexa of the testes include the excurrent ducts (efferent ducts, epididymis, and ductus deferens), and scrotum.