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reticulate

in the form of a network or having a network of parts

reticulate

[rə′tik·yə·lət]
(biology)
Having or resembling a network of fibers, veins, or lines.
(geology)
Referring to a vein or lode with netlike texture.
Referring to rock texture in which crystals are partly altered to a secondary material, forming a network that encloses the remnants of the original mineral. Also known as mesh texture; reticular; reticulated.
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SEM showed reticulate surface pattern with irregular polygonal mostly hexagonal, epidermal cell shape varies from isodiametric, raised, straight; smooth anticlinal cell walls and flat to slightly concave periclinal cell walls "Figure 3C and D".
Watkins DM AND LOCKWOOD JH--confluent & reticulate papillomatosis.
6x as wide as long, wider than mesosoma (12:11); occiput transversely and moderately strongly reticulate-coriaceous, more weakly reticulate on vertex and frons, meshes becoming transverse on lower half of frons; hyperoccipital carina weakly developed, disappearing laterally.
Exceptions are some species of Amphibolips Reinhard, the metasoma of which is partially reticulate or with some indistinct striation.
Apocolpium slightly reticulate and aperture area are psilate.
6 It is characterized by symmetrically arranged lichenoid linear and reticulate lesions, scaly plaques and hyperkeratotic papules most marked on extremities and buttocks.
Dermatological examination revealed a symmetrical reticulate hyperpigmentation predominantly affecting the face, neck, axilla, groin, Inframammary region, forearm, back and legs.
25x as wide as mesosoma; occiput rather markedly, half-circularly striated all over, with an inconspicuous hyperoccipital carina mixed with the striation; vertex finely reticulatecoriaceous, with weak transverse striation behind ocelli and a few weak transverse wrinkles lateral to ocelli; frons smooth in most of upper half, with faint transverse reticulation along inner orbits, in lower half finely and obliquely reticulate all over, only very few wrinkles just above antennal insertions transverse.
Dermatopathia pigmentosa reticularis is a rare reticulate pigmentary disorder which starts during infancy or childhood and consists of a triad of generalized reticulate hyperpigmentation, nonscarring alopecia, and nail dystrophy.
After binding to cell membranes and entering cytosol, elementary bodies transform into reticulate bodies and multiply within the cytoplasm.
A trio of distinct glass roofs with reticulate triangular structures spring from massive boundary walls that rise and fall to follow the contours of the site.
Tenders are invited for deposit work - installation lpg reticulate system of regional drugs testing laboratory, kakkanadu.