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Synonyms for ciliate

a protozoan with a microscopic appendage extending from the surface of the cell

of or relating to cilia projecting from the surface of a cell

of or relating to the human eyelash


having a margin or fringe of hairlike projections


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KEY WORDS: bivalve, scanning electron microscopy, method, hexamethyldisilazane (HMDS), ciliation, shrinkage
Histology showed extensive malformations of the sperm ducts, the presence of an ovarian cavity in the testis, variation in proportion of testicular cell types, and ciliation of sperm ducts (Figure 4D), a feature normally found in ovarian ducts that has been reported in wild intersex roach (Nolan et al.
He added: "I believe that if the site is presented sensitively, the divisions of the 17th Century can be explained in a way that will help foster recon- ciliation and mutual understanding.
She was a peace and justice activist and a member of the League of Women Voters and the Fellowship of Recon- ciliation.
For one thing, how could such a recon ciliation scene be convincingly staged in the first place?
2] In collectivistic cultures, forgiveness and reconciliation will be much more closely related (Augsburger, 1992, 1997), as depicted by Gassin in Eastern Orthodoxy's emphasis on recon ciliation.
However, ciliation in the adenocarcinoma was not described in the previous report, whereas ciliation in the tubular structure of the adenocarcinoma was evident in the present case.