slitlike

slitlike

(ˈslɪtˌlaɪk)
adj
resembling a slit
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Microscopically, the tumor may show either papillary architecture (Figure 12) or large glandular structures with irregular slitlike glandular lumina.
The rest of their face is a snout that contains a nostril and a couple of sensory appendages called barbels; and a mouth with a "round or slitlike openings provided with horny teeth.
5/7; eyes stalked and directed anterolaterally; postocular lobes sinuately converging to constricted neck; vertex with a carinate ridge laterally delimited by longitudinal grooves; rostrum arising from a slitlike atrium, shorter than head, lateral margins of rostral groove beset with a fringe of stiff setae.
1F) and 1 on each gena; these openings varied from slitlike to rounded holes among different specimens.
Each peg sensillum has a single slitlike pore that allows chemical stimulants access to receptor neurons inside the peg shaft.
The laryngeal ventricle is a slitlike cavity, with the orifice located between the true and false cords.
5YR 7/5) with occasional white grit and slitlike voids, minute sparkling inclusions; light reddish brown to gray wash over top only (2.
Aperture interiomarginal, umbilical-extraumbilical, slitlike, with a thin lip.
When a female finally arrives, she may harvest the packets through a slitlike opening on her abdomen.
Stamens (8-)l0, included, the filaments [+ or -] strongly dilated basally, [+ or -] straight, unicellular-pubescent or smooth; anthers tetrasporangiate, inverting only just before anthesis, slightly roughened, with a pair of dorso-apical spurs, lacking a fibrous endothecium, lacking disintegration tissue, dehiscing by terminal pores or slitlike pores.
Closer inspection showed this to be a massive man-made wall, sixty feet high, with slitlike entrances narrowing like funnels to little more than the width of a single person.
5 cm in diameter and occur in the vicinity of the putamen and anterior limb of the internal capsule (striatocapsular infarcts), slitlike infarcts just deep to the insula, and multiple, unilateral, small patchy or confluent infarcts just lateral to the body of the lateral ventricle are all likely to be large-vessel in origin.