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of or treating the most basic aspects

arising from or going to the root or source

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especially of leaves

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serving as or forming a base

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Basal membrane in some areas was loosened, and the intensity degree of its PAS-positive staining varied from slightly intense (+) to maximum intense (+++).
10,11) These properties include severe destruction of the elbow joint, a biphasic pattern with nonepithelial and epithelial-like components and a few tumor cells with both vimentin and cytokeratin, and a defective basal membrane on electron microscopy.
The basal membrane of capillaries and syncytium is thickened, and sclerotic.
17) Disrupted basal membrane structure in gingival overgrowth tissues is accompanied by a discontinuous collagen type IV expression pattern and decreased laminin (5).
There was a superficial lymphohistiocytic infiltrate surrounding small blood vessels with an obvious tendency to palisade along the basal membrane of the epidermis.
Focal thickening of the basal membrane was evident.
In testes, basal membrane, seminiferous tubule structures, interstitial region, all Leydig cells found within, and veins were observed to be in normal shape and structure.
phyllinus have characteristics of fluid transport cells, based on a basal less acidophilic region that is indicated by the presence of a developed system of folds in the basal membrane.
Histopathological findings are characterized mainly by tubular necrosis particularly proximal tubules, basal membrane disruption, apoptosis, intracellular edema, glomerular narrowing of Bowman's capsule5,6.
Also, the urothelium is still present 28 days after implantation with a continued basal membrane.
1A and B) had a proper basal membrane, mucous cells, primary and secondary lamellae.
Diagnosis: Trimma cheni has 8-9 scales in the predorsal midline, a row of 2-3 usually ctenoid scales along the upper border of the opercle, no cheek scales, a dark basal stripe in the dorsal fins, an elongate second dorsal spine reaching posteriorly to the bases of rays 1-4 of the second dorsal fin, the middle rays of the pectoral fin branched, a fifth pelvic fin ray which branches once dichotomously, the basal membrane connecting the inner margins of the fifth pelvic fins rays is less than 15% the length of the fifth ray, the scale pockets are not distinctly outlined with darker pigment, and, in life, there are two red to orange bars across the cheek and three diffuse yellow stripes on the body (most obvious along the caudal peduncle).
AQP-5 appeared mainly at the apical membrane of mucous glands, basolateral membrane and basal membrane of serous acini.