floccular


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floccular

(ˈflɒkjʊlə)
adj
of or relating to the flocculus of the cerebellum
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The positive signal is distributed in the axon, and is manifested as fine grains in the sham-operated group (C1, 3, 7, 14, 21, and 28), as larger fine grains and floccular grains in the MCAO+vehicle group (V1, 3, 7, 14, 21, and 28), and by increased staining in the MCAO+ retinoic acid group (R1, 3, 7, 14, 21, and 28).
The fluorescence confocal image showed that [sup.125]I seeds radiation induced changes in mitochondrial morphology, altering it from the elongated linear network form to a floccular and dot form (Figure 6(a)).
In the gynaecological OPD, after assuring the patient, a clean unlubricated Cusco's vaginal speculum was passed into the vagina to examine the condition of the vaginal wall, cervix, and characteristics of the discharge [with respect to amount, odour, and type of discharge, which was described as normal (Mucoid or floccular), purulent, curdy, or thin and homogenous.
Hepatocytes were diffusely expanded, and floccular vacuolation was compressing adjacent sinusoids.
Radiographs will show floccular calcified density in the soft tissues 2 to 6 weeks from the disease onset; within 6 to 8 weeks the calcification becomes well circumscribed and ossifications begin to adhere to the periosteum.
It is known that polymers possess multilevel different scale structures (molecular, topological, supermolecular, floccular, or block levels), elements of which are interconnected.