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striated

Fluted, as a column.
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Thus the absence or paucity of striated ducts in the sublingual gland helps to explain the tonicity of the saliva liberated by these glands7.
In general, lesions below T6 (spinal cord T7 - 8) give striated sphincter dyssynergia, and above that both striated and smooth-muscle dyssynergia.
With the striated organelle connecting the rootlets to the cell membrane, it creates the possibility of feedback from the cell to the very detectors that detect motion.
Highest concentrations were found in the digestive organs and lowest concentrations in either the smooth or striated adductor muscle, which were similar.
Deleuze and Guattari's explanation of the relationship between smooth and striated assemblages allows us a more sophisticated understanding of the emancipative potential of playing.
They were followed by four tiny otters born to novice parents Guinevere and Lancelot, and the Striated Caracara (hawk) and Red-legged Seriema chicks born at the end of May.
Striated space, on the contrary, is defined by the requirements of long-distance vision: constancy of orientation, invariance of distance through an interchange of inertial points of reference, interlinkage by immersion in an ambient milieu, constitution of a central perspective.
The striated pattern arises when the gravity of ring particles pulls them together, only to be smeared out by the gravitational stresses from Saturn, says Phil Nicholson of Cornell University.
Drosophila melanogaster is being used as a model organism with which to study myofibril assembly and growth of the sarcomere in striated muscle.
Moreover, many striated surfaces show that ice had moved north away from the tropics, requiring ice covers whose dimensions made the sheets of the Pleistocene seem insignificant.
The host was determined to be striated muscle tissue of the myocardium (heart).