epidermal cell

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any of the cells making up the epidermis

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Root hairs of the mutant are initiated from the apical end of an epidermal cell as in the wild type, but then the hair remains short and branches, indicating some defect in normal tip growth.
The epidermal cell surface has parallel ridges on veins, an irregular pattern over interveins, and radial disposition around trichome bases and stomata.
The importance of the epidermal cells in this genus is greater in some species, especially when the mesophyll of the species contains sparsely distributed arm-like cells that form projections on the internal periclinal walls where chloroplasts agglomerate (Wylie, 1948).
0537 LEC=Length of epidermal cells WEC=Width of epidermal cell *** = extremely significant ** = Very significant * = Significant t' value at 18 d.
Relatively few shrubs species in warm, inland desert tend to have hypodermis, sunken stomata, and thickened epidermal cell walls (Gibson 1996).
Epidermal cells are longer and wider on the abaxial surface than adaxial surface in P.
The epidermal cell patterning is also distinctive in yucca and agave (Fig.
The JB6 mouse epidermal cell model of genetic variants is unique in that it allows a detailed investigation of the molecular events specific to tumor promotion.
To meet the needs of other major, under served medical markets while lowering development risks, Manhattan Pharmaceuticals also developing PTH (1-34), a peptide believed to be a regulator of epidermal cell growth, under development for psoriasis and other dermatological conditions and Propofol Lingual Spray, a convenient, proprietary lingual spray formulation of propofol, the world's best-selling general anesthetic, as a sedative-hypnotic for use during diagnostic and therapeutic procedures.
The study, in mice and in human cancer cells, provides clues to new therapeutic strategies for cancer, particularly squamous cell carcinoma, the second most common skin cancer, in which epidermal cell growth is inappropriately turned on.
Several changes were observed after collagen glycation: (1) fibroblast shape and distribution (vimentin staining) were modified; (2) extracellular matrix molecules and the dermal-epidermal junction zone seemed to be enhanced (procollagen I and III, collagen IV and VII stainings); (3) stainings for beta1 and alpha6 integrins were also increased in the epidermal cell layer; and (4) collagenase activity was increased.
Tego Derm CBS is a ready-to-use oil soluble sphingolipid solution that soothes inflamed skin, supports epidermal cell differentiation and boosts collagen synthesis.
E[acute accent]PTH (1-34), which was being developed by Tarpan, is a peptide under development for psoriasis and other dermatological conditions believed to be a regulator of epidermal cell growth.
This distribution of PIN3 leads to an auxin flow towards the epidermal cell layers, which are responsible for the elongation growth of the shoot.
The sequence of this tripeptide has been designed to gently and regularly peel off the corneocytes and to speed up epidermal cell turnover.