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fimbriate

[′fim·brē‚āt]
(biology)
Having a fringe along the edge.
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Wu, "Tamm-Horsfall protein binds to type 1 fimbriated Escherichia coli and prevents E.
The recurved apex of the aedeagus is distinctly fimbriated or lobed and the ventral surface is characteristically striated.
coli fimbriated. Then the solution was centrifuged at 4,000 rpm for 15 min to pellet the bacterial cells.
It has been suggested that there is an association between infection by fimbriated bacteria (which includes several types of gram-negative bacteria) that can initiate the auto-immune process [7].
These flower groups include collerrettes, water lily, peony, orchid, chrysanthemum, anemone, decorative, cactus, semi-cactus, ball and the latest addition of fimbriated flowers where the ray florets are split.
Relationship Between rotavirus and Fimbriated Escherichia coli in Enteric Infections of Neonatal Alpacas
Formal description: A standard rectangular flag 2 feet in width by 3 feet in length per field Purpure [PMS purple 2695] charged with upright lamp and flame Gules [PMS red 4852], fimbriated White at the centre with the flame pointing towards the fly edge surrounded by two concentric ovals of 20 and 34 mullets White, with obverse and reverse being identical and trimmed with fringe Or as an honorable enrichment.
4E) with long postchaetal lobe, fimbriated on upper side; bearing about 20 crenulated capillaries; without furcated chaetae.
Patrick (the latter fimbriated or ordered argent where it touches the azure field), and, over the while, the red cross of St.
However, some erythrocytes that harbored mature asexual parasites possessed fimbriated margins.
A membranous, annular, or circumferential hymen is most common in prepubertal children after the estrogen effect has subsided, but as puberty approaches it usually develops a fimbriated or dentate appearance.
* FIMBRIATED OR LACINIATED: Petals are split on the ends, giving the flower a fringed look.