globose


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Synonyms for globose

having the shape of a sphere or ball

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9-12): Epandrium yellow with long yellow setulae; surstylus strongly sclerotized, globose, with small pointed prominence directed medially, smooth, with sparse setulae around median prominence, weakly articulating with epandrium.
Plants in dense, continuous mats; frequently joined, 2-3 (4) cm tall, with elongated rootstalks (no globose corms) [Fig.
Achene tuberculate and papillate; glabrous; hypogynium with 6 globose tubercles in distinct pairs 3.
Pathologic findings in neurodegenerative disorders Important Useful pathologic immunohistochemical Disorder findings stains Alzheimer disease Senile plaques and Ass protein, tau, neurofibrillary ubiquitin tangles Frontotemporal lobar degeneration (FTLD): Pick disease Pick bodies Tau FTLD with TDP43 Motor neuron TDP43, ubiquitin and ubiquitin disease inclusions inclusions FTLD with parkinsonism Neurofibrillary Tau, ubiquitin linked to tangles chromosome 17-tau Corticobasal Ballooned neurons, Tau degeneration tufted astrocytes, coiled bodies Progressive Globose Tau, ubiquitin supranuclear neurofibrillary palsy tangles Dementia with Cortical Lewy [alpha]- Lewy bodies bodies synuclein, ubiquitin Table 2.
Rapidly growing snails Littorina littorea develop thin, globose shells that accommodate more body mass than thicker, more elongate shells (Kemp & Bertnerss 1984).
Stamens included; filaments complanate, lilac toward the apex, the antepetalous ones adnate to the petals for 6-8 mm, the antesepalous ones free; anther base obtuse-sagittate, apex apiculate, apiculus nigrescent, dorsifixed above the base at 1/3 of its length; pollen globose, diporate, exine psillate; stigma conduplicate-spiral, ellipsoid-capitate, lilac-purple, margins crenulate-lacerate; ovary obconic, trigonous, 8-9 mm long, 6-7 mm in diameter at the apex, white, glabrous, bearing inconspicuous longitudinal sulcus; placentation apical; ovules shortly caudate; epigynous tube inconspicuous, ca.
Taylor [2] reported the confusion with Cleopatra (taxa herein assigned to Lioplacodes), but that there is a family-level trait difference (relatively large and globose vs.
The pistil terminates in an obvious globose stigma, which is sticky for receiving pollen.
Supernal Los, "condensing / The subtil particles [of light] in an Orb," forms the solar sphere in The Book of Los, recounting Book Seven of Paradise Lost (354-63), where "Light" is "plac'd / In the Sun's Orb," and "then form'd [is] the Moon / Globose," along with the beaming circumference of "Stars," the fires of heaven (cf.
Variety capsulatum presents as small (3-[micro]n) oval yeasts free or inside histocytes or macrophages (Figure 1), whereas yeasts of variety duboisii are large (7-15 [micro]m), globose to ovoid, thick-walled, and typically lemon-shaped with a narrow budding (Figure 2).
Hyperostosis involves the expansion or swelling of certain bones into globose, gall-like structures characterized by cellular bone foci and bone-resorbing osteoclasts.
Shell globose with rapidly expanding whorls; spire elevated: sutures not deeply impressed: aperture suboval to subrounded; thin inductura on parietal lip; ornament of short, prosocline lirae extending from suture on upper whorl surface; rest of surface smooth except for faint growth lines: apical angle 101 to 109 degrees.