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 (fə-sĭk′yə-lĭt) also fas·cic·u·lat·ed (-lā′tĭd)
Arranged in or formed of fascicles; fascicular.

fas·cic′u·late·ly adv.


(fəˈsɪk yə lɪt, -ˌleɪt)

also fas•cic′u•lat`ed,

fas•cic`u•la′tion, n.
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This fact can be related to the greater distribution of roots promoted by the millet in the system, in comparison to sunn hemp and fallow, for being a grass species and having a fasciculate root system.
The inner layer of cortex was the reticular zone, associated with medullar region; fasciculate zone was in the middle; and, the outer layer of cortex was glomerular zone, which was associated with the capsule of organ.
Inflorescence fasciculate (cymose), with 1-3 flowers in the axil of the larger leaf; bracts 2-5, yellow, lanceolate, 0.
The reduction in cholesterol during the third week of the study may have caused the atrophy of the zona fasciculate and zona articularis seen in this study as hormonal production activity may have been affected.
Typical cell patterns of zona fasciculate, which were large and filled with lipoid vesicles, were found in the pathological section, with scattered mature adipose tissue and hematopoietic elements (Fig.
Glaucous abaxial surface, with a white-greyish pubescence, resultant from high density of stellate, fasciculate and multi-stellate trichomes, adpressed, with short and long rays, the long rays 12-17(19) [micron]m long, the short ones with (<20 [micron]m long), with more than 8 filaments (8-15).
After all non-destructive analyses, at 100 DAP, four plants in each treatment were separated into the aerial parts and fasciculate and adventitious roots, and these materials were dried in a forced-air oven at 65[degrees]C for 48 hours for quantification of the dry mass.
Inflorescences composed mostly of fasciculate arranged racemes, placed in spike-like panicles (not branched).
B shows a fasciculate development, with less density of corallites and branched colonies (Fig.
In the adrenal cortex, this is processed into either glucocorticoids and androgens in zona fasciculate and zona reticularis (which contain the microsomal enzyme cytochrome P450c17[alpha]-hydroxylase: P450c17 and 17,20 lyase) or into mineralocorticoids in zona glomerulosa (which does not contain P450c17 and 17,20 lyase, but contains aldosterone synthase, CYP11B2).
Inflorescence fasciculate of 4 flowers in the axil of each leaf; bracts 8-12, lanceolate, 1-3.
On the other hand, the creamy-white flowers of Ceiba pentandra are small and have only five stamens arranged in spherical fasciculate inflorescences, they are pollinated by a wide range of flying & non flying mammals such as bees, wasps and hummingbirds [24].