fasciculate


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fasciculate

[fə′sik·yə·lət]
(botany)
Arranged in tufts or fascicles.
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Oats stood out because of its fasciculate root system that generally reaches a depth of 76 cm, producing on average 6 Mg [ha.sup.-1] of dry matter with a high C : N ratio (average of 31.5).
Dutra et al., "Antimicrobial activity against oral pathogens and immunomodulatory effects and toxicity of geopropolis produced by the stingless bee Melipona fasciculate Smith," BMC Complementary and Alternative Medicine, vol.
The cells of the cortex are concentrically arranged in three distinct zones: glomerular, fasciculate, and reticular, with differentiation of these regions based on their cellular arrangement.
Typical cell patterns of zona fasciculate, which were large and filled with lipoid vesicles, were found in the pathological section, with scattered mature adipose tissue and hematopoietic elements (Fig.
Glaucous abaxial surface, with a white-greyish pubescence, resultant from high density of stellate, fasciculate and multi-stellate trichomes, adpressed, with short and long rays, the long rays 12-17(19) [micron]m long, the short ones with (<20 [micron]m long), with more than 8 filaments (8-15).
Moreover, an hCG/LH receptor has been described in the entire zona reticularis and deeper layer of zona fasciculate of the adrenal cortex [38].
Gerdemann, "Vesicular-arbuscular mycorrhizae formed on maize and tuliptree by Endogone fasciculate" Mycologia, vol.
After all non-destructive analyses, at 100 DAP, four plants in each treatment were separated into the aerial parts and fasciculate and adventitious roots, and these materials were dried in a forced-air oven at 65[degrees]C for 48 hours for quantification of the dry mass.
In the adrenal cortex, this is processed into either glucocorticoids and androgens in zona fasciculate and zona reticularis (which contain the microsomal enzyme cytochrome P450c17[alpha]-hydroxylase: P450c17 and 17,20 lyase) or into mineralocorticoids in zona glomerulosa (which does not contain P450c17 and 17,20 lyase, but contains aldosterone synthase, CYP11B2).
Inflorescences composed mostly of fasciculate arranged racemes, placed in spike-like panicles (not branched).
ACTH reaches the adrenal gland through the general circulation and stimulates the synthesis and release of glucocorticoids from the zona fasciculate (mainly corticosterone in rodents and cortisol in humans).
Primary Leiomyoma of the liver has been described in the literature as a solitary firm, white, fasciculate, and well demarcated tumour which is consistent with the findings of this review [4, 10, 19, 39].