multibranched

multibranched

(ˈmʌltɪˌbrɑːntʃt)
adj
having many branches
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It is imperative that Jewish studies scholars outside of Poland know how substantial and sophisticated this multibranched endeavor has become.
This sprawling, multibranched tale is part love letter to trees and part cri de coeur about the state of the world's forests.
They are also very different histologically, for example, no multibranched radial canals characteristic of D.
Multibranched resting microglia exist in a quiescent state in healthy conditions; however, upon sensing a disturbance in homeostasis, microglia become more rounded and amoeboid-shaped and increase phagocytosis and secretion of proinflammatory cytokines [2].
Figure 3(a) shows a low-magnification TEM image, exhibiting that all Pt NCs have a dendrite-like structure with multibranched subunits.
= Desviacion estandar Morphotypes Mo: monopodic and Mu: multibranched. Different letter show statistically significant differences (Tukey, [alfa] = 0.01).
7A and 8): Radius 3-6 branched, 2-4 r-m crossveins, Media with MP1 multibranched (from 2 to 5), MP2 and MP3 unibranched, MP4 2-branched, a postnodal line built from 3-6 im crossveins; 1 m-cua crossvein, CuA (except short furcation in B.
Desert ironwood trees are estimated to live [greater than or equal to] 300-800 years (Dimmitt, 2000), usually have multibranched trunks, and can grow to heights of 6-10 m, with branches often flexing down to the ground.
Both were Anabaptists and had a numerous and multibranched family of descendents.
Their fractal flow boards were designed as biological fluid channels with a multibranched structure with smooth flow paths.