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Enteromorpha flexuosa
Attached to rocky substrate by rhizoids that grow from basal cells of the tube. Grass green. It often grows ... Cells in surface view arranged in short longitudinal rows. Cells rounded rectangular, 10-28 µm wide, 8-30 µm long, in somewhat longitudinal and often transverse rows; basal cells ... it will release propagules daily. The motile reproductive cells actually have the ability to photosynthesis, thus ...
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Basal Cell Carcinoma: Skin Cancers: Merck Manual Home Edition
Basal cells are found in the lowest layer of the epidermis. Although basal cell carcinoma may not originate in the basal cells, the disease is so named because the cancer cells resemble basal cells. Basal ...
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Pitcher's Thistle ESA
Cauline leaves td 2 dm long, basal leaves to 3 dm, all leaves deeply Pinnately segmented to the midrib into linear or ... dense tomentum of long, wavy hairs composed of a long apical cell and several short basal cells. Heads 3.5-5 cm high, involucre 2-3 cm high, composed of about 6 ...
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MDAG Case Study 11
While this can occur in small-scale tests like humidity cells (Morin and Hutt, 1997), this may not happen in full-scale ... . Because the underlying natural soils and rock are relatively impermeable, basal drainage through and from the North Dump follows the former ... groundwater and surface water can move into and through the basal rock, and then all water and infiltration flows downgradient to ...
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Key to the lichen genera of the Guianas
Spores lumbricoid, with few longitudinal cells Phylloblastia b Spores oval, with numerous longitudinal cells Thelenella 170(101) (Sterile, hairy plants cannot be identified ... Myriotrema hartii b Isidia flagellate, gradually tapering from the base to the tip, with basal constriction and easily falling off; no lichen substances (P-) Thelotrema brasiliensis 450a (200) ...
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Dysfunction: more individual or societal? - Overcoming the BS
Damage to nerve cells was observed in several places within the brain, including the cortex, hippocampus, and basal ganglia. It was associated with evidence of leakage ...
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Key to Species of Gyalideopsis
Gyalideopsis pseudoactinoplaca Lücking & Chaves in Lücking et al., Lichenologist (in press) 80a ... forma variable pero no espatulados; diahifas filiformes, o moniliformes con cordón grueso basal de hifas no ramificadas filiformes ----- 201 201a. Apothecia stipitate, dark brown ...
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Visible symptoms of fluoride injury to vegetation
Populus spp.) or have reddish tinges. Characteristically, there is a dark brown margin along the basal part of the necrotic area. This line of demarcation is very useful in identifying multiple ... . This may be accompanied by chlorosis at the margins and/or necrosis . This occurs because cells in the mid parts of the leaf have low fluoride and expand normally but those ...
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Each blade is attached by stalk to a compact basal holdfast, forming dense clusters. Blades are asymmetrical, surfaces felt-like, edges smooth to lacerated. ... the appearance of the thin, cylindrical branches. Dictyosphaeria spp. (Clorophyta) Features: Convoluted mass Large, "bubble" cells Description: Dictyosphaeria cavernosa is referred to as the "Green Bubble Alga" due to its ...
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Expansion: 1993-1999
The Salk Institute for Biological Studies, discovers a hormone that triggers precursor cells to become fat cells. James A. Baker, III, former U.S. secretary of state and secretary of ... Stanford and at the University of California, San Francisco, identify a genetic defect that causes basal cell carcinoma. The Institute supports a program at Washington University School of Medicine in ...
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