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Synonyms for stria

any of a number of tiny parallel grooves such as: the scratches left by a glacier on rocks or the streaks or ridges in muscle tissue

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a stripe or stripes of contrasting color

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Our findings suggest that if we can prevent cisplatin from entering the stria vascularis in the inner ear during treatment, we may be able to protect cancer patients from developing cisplatin-induced hearing loss, said Cunningham.
The rod made by the Randcastle SFEM three mixer screw (also used in the polymer mixing study above) was so fine that it showed no stria of black, even at 125 times magnification.
Upon exiting the trail, we came upon patches of Lygomusotima stria moths feeding on L.
Key words: Alcohol consumption; ethanol exposure; alcohol use disorder; relapse; brain; neuroplasticity; synaptic function; synaptic plasticity; striatum; stria terminalis; bed nucleus of the stria terminalis
Stuber wanted to focus on one cell type -- gaba neurons in the bed nucleus of the stria terminalis, or BNST.
We have demonstrated unequivocally that stria formation on the shell of A.
Kadinlarda en sik gorulen deri bulgulari; kserosis (14), akneiform lezyon (6), hiperpigmentasyon (5), mantar infeksiyonu (5), viral infeksiyon (5), dermal nevus, kuperoz, stria, telenjiyektazi, agiz ici lezyonlar seklindeydi.
In particular, data in rodents suggest that global serotonin depletion may specifically increase long-duration bed nucleus of the stria terminalis (BNST)-mediated aversive responses (ie, anxiety), but not short-duration BNST-independent responses (ie, fear).
In contrast to normoxia it must be assumed for any kind of hypoxia that there will be a stress situation for the inner ear when the receptor cells are exposed to noise since hearing is an energy-consuming process with more energy needed at high noise levels and the reservoir of energy-rich phosphates (ATP) of the cells of the stria vascularis is limited (1).
And since its inception in 1988, the company has given Chicagoans their first look at a number of works, earning critical kudos for the Midwest premieres of Julie Jensen's Stria Dogs, Adam Rapp Blackbird and Lee Blessing's Great Falls, among others.
The following morphometric measurements were made to assist in taxonomic determination (Table 1): cell length (DIC); valve width (SEM and TEM); number of fibulae and striae per 10 [micro]m, number of rows of poroids in each stria (SEM and TEM); poroid number per 1 [micro]m (TEM); and the pattern of perforations in the hymen of each poroid (TEM).
major vowel represented in the word sounds by the letters A E O I a e o i pha seo mannite = inosite, a non-fermentable saccharine substance A I O E a i o ae a fi brino genae mia a condition due to lack of fibrinogen in the blood A O I E a o y i a zido thy midi ne has been used to inhibit the replication of HIV E I O A e i o a preio ta tion in Slavonic languages, a palatal glide before a vowel E I U O e y u o phe ny lbu tazo ne is used as an analgesic for relief of rheumatic pain E O U I e o u i gale no bismu ti te is a sulphide of lead and bismuth I A O U i a o u stria to -crenu late in biology: striped with a notched edge eg.
The following abbreviations were used in the figures: Clm (clypeal margin); Cs (cervical stria); CxI (procoxa); CxII (mesocoxa); CxIII (metacoxa); El (elytron); Elas (accessory stria of elytron); Elbs (basal stria of elytron); Epl (epipleuron); Eplc (epipleural carina); M2 (medial vein 2); Msem (mesoepimeron); Mtcxl (metacoxal line); Mtest (metaepisternum); Mtst (metasternum); Mtstk (metasternal keel); Mttac (metatarsal claw); Obc (oblongum cell); Prnt (pronotum); Prpl (propleuron); Prpr (prosternal process); Prst (prosternum); Prta2-4 (protarsomeres 2-4); Sc (scutellum).
With: Cvetan Daskalov, Yanina Kasheva, Kaloyan Siriiski, Stria Gerina, Irena Hristoskova.