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Synonyms for granulose

composed of or covered with particles resembling meal in texture or consistency

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nicklesi), but they all have a tegmental sculpture that is mainly smooth or finely granulose.
which lacks granulose tips, is less squamulose, and is generally more robust.
Growth and populaton dynamic model of the reef coral Fungia granulose Klunzinger, 1879 at Eilat, northern Red Sea.
Recent POFs are amorphous and clearly show multiple infoldings of thecal and granulose cells Oocytes in the largest batch are 300-550 pm in diameter.
Spicer and Echterkamp (1995) suggest that insulin and IGF-I, acting on follicular growth, stimulate the proliferation and differentiation of granulose cells and the production of progesterone.
1-4,6-8 Aromatase inhibitors have consistently shown tumouricidal activity in vitro (in granulose cell lines) and in vivo experimental systems.
Lipid, fatty acid and protein utilization during lecithotrophic larval development of Lithodes santolla (Molina) and Paralomis granulose (Jacquinot).
Head longer than wide, slightly dorsoventrally compressed and rectangular in dorsal aspect; vertex flat and irregularly granulose to tuberculose.
This species has squamulose and persistent rounded primary thallus, short and regular podetia coarsely granulose in upper parts.
The frequency of sexcord stromal tumours was 8(17%) which consists of granulose cell tumors (Table-II).
1) : Strongly transverse; surface irregular, granulose to punctate; anterior angle right-angled, posterior angle rounded.
Modulation by insulin of follicle stimulating hormone and luteinizing hormone actions in human granulose cells of normal and polycystic ovaries.
Previous studies have shown that in adult rats, PRL binds on top the granulose cells and theca of large follicles and not to the interstitium (23).