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Synonyms for invaginate

sheathe

fold inwards

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Following gastrulation, the notochord plate invaginates about the axial midline to make a cylindrical rod during tailbud formation, and then the notochord cells are moved toward the midline to form a single row by an event known as convergent extension (Fig.
oblique as a wit among invaginate flowers, insinuating aerial sex, seminal by proxy, emperors without politics or empire, flying upwind towards the scent of females equally old and caught, driven by metaphoric miracles.
Taurodontism can be defined as a change in tooth shape caused by the failure of the Hertwig's epithelial sheath diaphragm to invaginate at the proper horizontal level.
It is thought to be caused by the failure of Hertwig's epithelial sheath diaphragm to invaginate at the proper horizontal level or changes in the mitotic activity of cells of the developing teeth that can affect root formation (4) or influence from external factors on the development of the teeth (5) resulting in a tooth with short roots, elongated body, an enlarged pulp, and normal dentin (6) Previously, taurodontism was related to syndromes such as Down's and Klinefelter's syndrom.
It is as- sumed to be caused by the failure of Hertwig's epithelial diaphragm to invaginate at a suitable horizontal level, resulting in a tooth with short roots, elongated body, an enlarged pulp, and normal dentin.
Uterine prolapse occurs when the previously gravid horn invaginate after delivery of fetus and protrudes from vulva.
They skirt the outer margins of the lung and may invaginate.
Costus spicatus is an herbaceous species with a hard stem, alternate, invaginate, dark green, hairy leaves and yellow flowers with crimson-colored bracts (Campos et al.
The true capsule of the thyroid is a thin, densely adherent fibrous layer that sends out septa that invaginate into the gland, forming pseudolobules.
Bone wax was gently placed over the cartilage and round window niche (figure 4, B), and care was taken not to invaginate the round window membrane.
7) In trauma patients with skull damage, the arachnoid membranes can invaginate into the intraosseous defects and cause a post-traumatic intraosseous arachnoid cyst.
Interiorly, the epithelium appeared to invaginate toward the posterior recess of the middle ear space.
However, there is both histological and physiological evidence that Cx26 hemichannels on the horizontal cell dendrites that invaginate carp photoreceptor terminals participate in a feedback mechanism that regulates calcium entry and thereby affects transmitter release (3).
They subsequently invaginate centrally to become the nasal pits by the fifth week.