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of or treating the most basic aspects

arising from or going to the root or source

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especially of leaves

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serving as or forming a base

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of primary importance

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The second (and third to some degree) spines of the first dorsal are elongated, there are 9 dorsal and 8 anal rays, the middle rays of the pectoral fin are branched, there is a single branch in the fifth pelvic fin ray, the basal membrane is 7-18% of the length of the fifth fin ray and there are 19-22 gill rakers on the outer margin of the first gill arch.
00) unbranched dorsal and ventral rays respectively, middle rays branched, fin reaching posteriorly to a vertical line between anterior margin of urogenital papilla and base of first ray of anal fin; pelvic fin I 5, no frenum, basal membrane poorly developed, 7-17- 18% length of fifth pelvic ray), first four rays with one or two sequential branch points, fifth ray branched once and 52-61-70% length of fourth ([bar.
We have demonstrated that the distribution of mucous alveoli is greater than serous acini, which are mainly located at the basal membrane of acinic cells.
Each bundle, or fascicle, is surrounded by perineurium, a layer of cells with tight junctions resting on a peripheral basal membrane, which in turn is surrounded by several dense layers of collagen in a circular and longitudinal array.
The Schwann cells proliferate along their basal membrane and direct the longitudinal regrowth of the axon.
6] The histologic picture of ameloblastoma involves the palisading columnar ameloblastic cells at the periphery, with nuclei polarized away from the basal membrane (reverse polarization).
Basal membrane whitish gray but sometimes tinged with brown.
Type IV collagen: A protein that is the main structural constituent of basal membranes.