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netlike

(ˈnɛtˌlaɪk)
adj
resembling a net
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Adj.1.netlike - having open interstices or resembling a webnetlike - having open interstices or resembling a web
reticular, reticulate - resembling or forming a network; "the reticulate veins of a leaf"; "a reticulated highway system"
Translations
síťkovaný
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Characteristic of this dermatologie disorder is an irregular, netlike mottling surrounding pale skin.
Chest radiography usually demonstrates any of the following patterns: a reticular and netlike appearance of linear or curvilinear densities or diffuse opacities with a predilection to the lower lobes.
Calciphylaxis shows as a fine netlike pattern of calcification, a finding that Dr.
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Many fishers flee from all sides of the river gathered somewhere and move to downstream where fishes are found in mass at low altitudinal sites by carrying plant poisoning materials, locally made netlike sack, and panga.
Three or four hours after stimulation, the cell membrane breaks and the chromatin fibers get released forming a netlike structure outside the cell.
With further inoculation (4 days), the distribution of hyphae was observed on the surface in netlike manner [Figure 4]c.
Gego's working methods are constantly disarming, perhaps most of all in the environmental "Reticu-lareas," 1969-82, the large, netlike structures for which she is best known.
Small abnormal netlike vessels proliferate giving the characteristic "puff of smoke" appearance on direct angiography.
2002, Figure 5) also reported the presence of a mucous net on the gill of Crepipatella fecunda, with evidence being provided by a scanning electron micrograph of a netlike structure overlying the gill.
Within the manubrium, neurons maintained a netlike organization that extended to the distal lips of the manubrium where neurons deviated from a random orientation and straightened into parallel tracts perpendicular to the manubrial edge (Fig.
Putting the Masaka on the hook and keeping it on was easy due to its netlike structure, and the main thing was not to put too much on the small No.