interfascicular


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interfascicular

(ˌɪntəfəˈsɪkjʊlə)
adj
(Botany) botany between the vascular bundles of the stem: interfascicular cambium.
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En musculo diafragmatico se observo edema interfascicular e infiltrado mononuclear leve interfibrilar compuesto por macrofagos y linfocitos.
c Apical stem showing elongated internode (arrow), d Treelet with marcescent leaves on the stem surface (arrow), e Detail showing very conspicuous (and dense) indumentum (IN) and glandular trichomes (GT) on the stem surface, f Stem with a grooved surface and little conspicuous indumentum (IN), g Stem region at the beginning of the secondary thickening, demonstrating the fascicular (FC) and the interfascicular (IC) cambium, h External portion of the stem showing protruding stomata (ST) and glandular trichomes (GT).
Butterworth (67) reviewed the techniques of nerve repair and introduced interfascicular autologous grafting.
(3) Histologic findings of proliferative myositis include two primary features: infiltration of the muscle with large basophilic giant cells that resemble ganglion cells and proliferative fibroblasts primarily affecting the interfascicular connective tissue.
As an exacerbating and remitting immune-mediated disorder of interfascicular oligodendrocyte-produced myelin, MS can impair acutely and transiently any CNS neural system, including the auditory pathways [122].
In addition, variations in fiber size, dystrophic calcification, regeneration of fibers of smaller diameter and infiltration of adipose cells were observed in the interfascicular areas.
Additionally, a small number of interfascicular aggregates of adipose tissue were detected.
There is a visual increase of the interfascicular tissue (epineurium), while the fascicles appear reduced in number and area.
It is important to distinguish true or fine marbling from the deposition of subcutaneous and interfascicular fat as a characteristic of European breeds.
AXIF: ancho de xilema secundario interfascicular, AXF: ancho de xilema fascicular, TXF: numero de elementos traqueales en xilema fascicular, AF: ancho de floema, AC: ancho de corteza externa, DTXF: diametro de elementos traqueales de xilema fascicular, DCC: diametro de celulas de corteza, DCM: diametro de celulas de medula, BA: brotes adventicios, AC: ancho de corteza, DCF: indice de dilatacion del cambium y floema, AlCa: altura de callo, M: meristemoides, MF: numero de meristemos en fila.
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