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sheetlike

(ˈʃiːtˌlaɪk)
adj
resembling a sheet
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Adj.1.sheetlike - resembling a sheet
bedded, stratified - deposited or arranged in horizontal layers; "stratified rock"
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Histologically, MCC typically appears on scanning magnification as a large, dermal, "blue" tumor nodule with sheetlike or trabecular growth (Figure 8, A and B).
The intersection of these cracks results in the detachment of sheetlike wear particles and the size of crack voids was among 30-75 [micro]m in length and 20-40 [micro]m in depth.
Fourteen days post admission the patient presented sheetlike desquamation of the hands, feet, and perianal region.
Barren = no macroalgal cover; Crusts = prostrate, creeping, or crustose growth forms, patches of foliose or branching species; Foliose/ Diverse = upright, branching or sheetlike growth forms, high species richness.
Lamellipodia (LP) are thin, sheetlike protrusions in untreated cells characterized by periods of extension and retraction (indicated by dashed line), After Farrerol treatment, the size of cell showed shrink with minimal protrusive activity (indicated by dashed line).
44-45) asymmetrical, well developed, tubular, surrounding aedeagus in basal 3/4, with an irregular sheetlike process in right view.
The subendothelial layer of the intima in arteries and arterioles contains a sheetlike layer or lamella of fenestrated elastic material called the internal elastic membrane.
Grossly it appears most often as diffuse sheetlike or nodular thickening of the peritoneal surfaces and occasionally as a localized mass over the peritoneal surfaces.
But the burka, also spelled burqa, has some activists concerned--not the Taliban, but a handful of Western-educated Pakistanis who object to the sheetlike covering worn in public by many devout Muslim women.
TAKING ACTION The tiny diameter and high density of actin filaments are visible in the sheetlike protrusions at this monkey kidney cell's edge (color-coded by depth, red farthest away).
Higher-level colonial integration can be identified in colonies that have sheetlike (as opposed to runnerlike) growth forms (e.