Tubuliform


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Tu´bu`li`form`


a.1.Having the form of a small tube.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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flagelliform, tubuliform, or piriform) and how it is extruded, which
Microscopically, the lesions in the intestine were characterized as multifocal, moderate mucosal and serosal eosinophilic necrosis containing sparsely septate tubuliform hyphae (Figure 1A and B).
IV plurichaetotic, with tubuliform subapical organite, 1 dorsolateral microsensillum, protected by 1 curved seta and some sensilla poorly differentiated from the numerous setae; apical vesicle absent (Fig.
Meanwhile, the tubuliform silk of the protective egg sacs is the stiffest.
Wolf spiders have four types of silk glands: piriform, ampullate, aciniform and tubuliform (Richter 1970).