septation


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the division or partitioning of a cavity into parts by a septum

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Aged culture completely black with no aerial mycelium on Potato dextrose agar Microscopic characteristics such as brownish black septate mycelium and dark brown beaked conidia with transverse and longitudinal septation of A.
In the present study it was seen that ventricular septation had completed at day 7 with the fusion of both muscular and membranous parts of the septum.
Similarly [20] reported in mouse that ventricular septation was dependent on a single structure, interventricular septum which had both muscular and mesenchymal components.
Histopathological examination revealed fungal microorganisms that showed septation, had a hyphal diameter of 4-5 microns, bifurcated with 45 degrees, and stained strongly with GMS and PAF stains, all consistent with Aspergillus spp.
5 mm endometrial thickness and 80x42 mm cystic mass with fine internal septation and echoes in right adnexa.
Using animal models, Keck School of edicine researchers found that retinoic acid (RA), a derivative of vitamin A, regulates the SHF tissue formation and the septation, or division, of the outflow tract into the ascending aorta and the pulmonary artery.
We found that the activity of TBX5 is really important for septation," Bruneau says.
CHARACTERIZATION OF SEPTATION MUTANTS IN ASPERGILLUS NIDULANS.
However, time-lapse microscopy of the triple mutant, which was overproducing FtsZ, revealed that branches arose from abnormal septation events.
TCE may directly target valvuloseptal formation; in a chick atrioventricular canal (AVC) explant system, 250 ppm TCE significantly inhibited the epithelial--mesenchymal cell transformation that underlies chamber septation and valve formation (Boyer et al.
Patterns of septation in the sphenoid sinus are highly variable making it an unreliable guide to the midline.
Cells which have lost their microtubule cytoskeleton can continue to grow, and can undergo septation and cytokinesis after a cell cycle delay.
Cytoplasmic membrane fraction that promotes septation in an Escberichiae coli Ion mutant.
The twists and turns of the developing heart tissue and the simultaneous septation of atria, ventricles, and truncus, along with a shifting of the atrioventricular canal and conus then position the portions of the heart in alignment to allow normal blood flow.
HIRA, a DiGeorge syndrome candidate gene, is required for cardiac outflow tract septation.