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the primary tissue of higher plants composed of thin-walled cells that remain capable of cell division even when mature

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2015) have already demonstrated that processed bamboo residues contain an amount of parenchymal cells that contain significantly less lignin than pretreated bamboo fibers.
Parenchymal Cells: The distinguishing or specific cells of an organ or gland that are contained in and supported by the connective tissue; parenchymal cells of the liver are the hepatocytes.
Therefore, MSCs could provide trophic support for injured tissue by modifying the microenvironment, thus inducing local precursor proliferation and differentiation to improve damaged tissue irrigation and prevent parenchymal cell apoptosis [17, 21].
The parenchymal cells are enlarged, with a slightly increased nucleus-to-cytoplasm ratio.
These insects generally feed on parenchymal cells (Heriot 1934) or vascular bundle tissue (Sadof & Neal 1993) contents and inject toxic saliva (Pena et al.
The development of capillarized sinusoids will cause a perturbation in hepatic microcirculation and compromise the exchange of materials across the endothelium and the space of Disse between the sinusoidal blood and parenchymal cells [4].
A quantitative stereological description of the ultrastructure of normal rat liver parenchymal cells.
On the contrary, three layers of hypodermis, sclerenchyma and parenchyma cells were collapsed in hull- less squash seed coat due to a lack of lignin deposition and this seed coat contained only one or two layers of degenerated parenchymal cells.
Elucidation of mitochondrial effects by tetrahydroaminoacridine (tacrine) in rat, dog, monkey and human hepatic parenchymal cells.
Hotchkiss et al examined patients who had subsequently died from sepsis and found increased apoptosis of gut epithelial cells while parenchymal cells from the heart, lungs, kidney or liver did not show an increase in apoptosis (20).
These late effects are a decrease in functional parenchymal cells, increased fibrosis and a reduced vascular supply and can occur in all irradiated tissue, for example skin, soft tissues, bowel and brain.
Maintaining normal function and repair of parenchymal cells is the key to improving the prognosis of patients.
Hemochromatosis is a genetic disorder of iron storage that results in excessive iron deposition in the parenchymal cells of the body.
5] can easily reach alveolar parenchymal cells and can be internalized by alveolar epithelium and macrophages (Churg and Brauer 1997; Kim et al.