sacciform


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sacciform

(ˈsæksɪˌfɔːm)
adj
resembling a sac
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Uribe & Sibbing (1984) showed that carp mucous cells, when stained with Alcian Blue (AB), Periodie Acid Schiff (PAS) and High Iron Diamin (HID), classified into three types I: Sacciform mucous cells, II: Pyriform cells, III: Goblet cells.
There are three larval instars, all sacciform. At the beginning of the third larval instar, the host egg turns black due to the deposition of black granules at the inner surface of the chorion, an invaluable diagnostic character for parasitized eggs (Raghuram and Singh, 1999).
As reported in the literature, PLGA possesses favorable features of biocompatibility, nontoxicity, and ease of creation into sacciform or membrane structures.