lacunar system

lacunar system

[lə′kü·nər ‚sis·təm]
(invertebrate zoology)
A series of intercommunicating spaces branching from two longitudinal vessels in the hypodermis of many acanthocephalins.
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As for the Barra da Tijuca, the beach contamination occurs mainly due to its connection to the lacunar system of Jacarepagua.
Some key characteristics of Sphaerirostris include the hook armature on the proboscis a polydentritic lacunar system 3 or 4 tubular cement glands and an enlarged midway proboscis.
Body with reticular lacunar system with prominent nuclei.
Yeh, "Effects of vitamin K2 and risedronate on bone formation and resorption, osteocyte lacunar system, and porosity in the cortical bone of glucocorticoid-treated rats," Calcified Tissue International, vol.
Yeh, "Effects of vitamin K2 on cortical and cancellous bone mass, cortical osteocyte and lacunar system, and porosity in sciatic neurectomized rats," Calcified Tissue International, vol.