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a mass of fungal tissue that has spore-bearing structures embedded in it or on it

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the dense colorless framework of a chloroplast

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the supporting tissue of an organ (as opposed to parenchyma)

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2]), it does not function sufficiently as a barrier to aqueous movement into the stroma.
No reactivity for estrogen receptors, progesterone receptors or smooth muscle actin was noted in the stroma.
Microscopically, the tumor contained cystic tubular structures with scant intervening stroma.
Numerous small cysts filled with mucin and neutrophils are noted within the epithelium, but not in the stroma (figure 3).
VEGF and Flk-1 were immunolocalized in the luminal epithelium, glandular epithelium and stroma of the endometrium at various phases of the menstrual cycle (Figures 2 and 3, A-E).
The results showed that FLT3-ITD cells were more sensitive to pacritinib treatment compared to wild type samples and retained sensitivity to pacritnib treatment after seven days of co-culture with MS5 stroma cells.
Waxman Renewables is the exclusive distributor of TiSUN products in the UK and has a strong relationship with Stroma NX, which has a division on the Isle of Man.
Stroma played the obnoxious yet good-looking Cormac McLaggen who had a cute crush on Emma Watson's character, Hermione Granger.
The Prince's watercolours are of the Berwyn Mountains near Llangollen and a scene on the island of Stroma off the northern coast of Scotland.
Scientists previously believed the cornea to be composed of five layers, from front to back, the corneal epithelium, Bowman's layer, the corneal stroma, Descemet's membrane and the corneal endothelium.
Oncomatrix has associated genes and proteins in the peritumoral stroma to tumor invasiveness.
The pathologic examination of the surgical specimen from neck dissection shows numerous multinucle ated osteoclast-like giant cells within cellular and vascular stroma containing plump, oval mononuclear cells with nuclei similar to giant cells (Figure 3); expansile and infiltrative growth; frequent mitotic figures; secondary cystic degeneration, reactive bone formation; no cytologic atypia or pleomorphism.
Histopathologically, the cysts were lined by mucinous columnar and/or cuboidal epithelium with surrounding subepithelial ovarian-type stroma (Fig.
Cancer and cell biology experts found that the noncancerous tissue - or stroma - surrounding cancer of the throat and cervix plays a vital role in regulating its spread.
The tumor stains with cytokeratins, CD56, CD10, and vimentin with differential expression in the epithelium and stroma.