fasciculate

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fasciculate

[fə′sik·yə·lət]
(botany)
Arranged in tufts or fascicles.
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The root of the coconut system is fasciculated. The stem is an unbranched type, and at its apex, a tuft of leaves protects a single apical bud.
As an example, a total of 340 fine fiber masses were identified in a single fasciculated axonal bundle of a head peripheral nerve (Fig.
Its cut surface consisted of a grayish-white fasciculated tissue with very few brownish spots and no obvious area of necrosis or recent bleeding.
length noted: 2.5+-2.1 mm), fasciculated, optically non-dissectible, branched, formed networks and were accompanied with a large number of non-fibroblast non-neuronal cells (Fig.
The fasciculated axons of the 3rd cranial nerve initially traverse the MLF when leaving the oculomotor complex, diverge as they pass through the red nucleus, and then converge prior to exiting the anterior surface of the upper midbrain (Figure 3).