lobulus

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lobulus

(ˈlɒbjʊləs)
n
a small lobe
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2004) reported that the largest numbers of ghrelin-positive cells were located at the base of lobuli of the proventriculus gland, along villi of the intestines and in crypts of the duodenum, while lower numbers of ghrelin-immunostained cells were located in crypts of jejunum and ileum and only few ghrelin-immunostained cells were detected at the base of crypts of the large intestine.
Interestingly, in an immunohistochemical study on bcl-2, normal ducts or lobuli showed positive epithelial staining with bcl-2, the staining was decreased or absent in apocrine metaplasia foci [29].
68): More gibbous than midlobe, subproximally with well marked humeral tubercles and medial boulder-shaped protuberance; the very posterior sector depressed, flat, with hardly marked posthumeral lobuli, posterior margin straight.
Nevertheless, these findings were reasonable findings with regard to the expansive appearance of the lobuli, which may finally lead to a nodular lobular pattern.
Flores 3-9 per inflorescentiam, pediceli 1-4 mm longi; calycis lobuli deltati, hypanthium infundibuliforme.
Lamina in 4-8 lobulis expansa, omnino subpalmata, lobulis oblongis lanceolatis vel digitiformibus in eodem plano dispositis, 3-10 cm longis, 1-4 cm latis in parte basali, apice gradatim acuminato, in extremo obtuso, lobuli majores ipse duplicato lobulati, margine integro aut dentato aut appendicibus marginalibus spathulatis dentiformibusve cum vel sine constrictione basi praeditis.
5 mm lata, margine antico cum lobulis brevibus, margine postico cum lobulis acutis et pubentibus; staminodiorum margo externus apiculum rotundatum et translucidum ferens; fructus aculeis lineari-triangularibus recurvatis tectus.
Chromolaenae moritzianae affinis a qua imprimis differt ramis glabris vel parce puberulis, punctis glandularibus refulgentibus foliorum in utroque latere; marginibus foliorum serratis; reticulis trinervibus; lobulis flosculorum glandularibus; pappi setis longioribus et numerosioribus (31-32 vs.