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CYTOARCHITECTURE
LARGE GRANULAR
GRANULAR SUBSTANCES
GRANULAR PINK LEPIDOLITE
WELL-DEVELOPED INTERNAL GRANULAR
INNERMOST GRANULAR
NATURALLY OCCURRING GRANULAR MATERIAL
PRISMATIC CRYSTALS
GRANULAR CORTEX
EXTERNAL GRANULAR
GRANULAR CYTOPLASM
GRANULAR SURFACE
LYMPHOPROLIFERATIVE DISEASE
GRANULAR TEXTURE
GRANULAR LEUKOCYTES
LARGE GRANULAR LYMPHOCYTE LEUKEMIA
LARGE GRANULAR LYMPHOCYTES
ORIGIN
CONTINUOUS
LITERATURE
MATTER
SOLID
LIMESTONE
INTERFACE
ADDRESS
CONTROL
PRODUCTS
ROUGH
EMBEDDED
HEART
INNER
CRITERIA
METAL
SOFT
BROWN
PRIMATES
SPACE
COMPACT
SANDSTONE
ASPHALT SHINGLES
STRUCTURE
MOLECULAR
SCHIST
OLIVINE
CRYSTAL
MINERAL
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Definitions

  1. Granular is a Linux operating system that is easy to use, user-friendly and filled with lots of fun.

Cytoarchitecture

  1. It has regions of variable cell structure or cytoarchitecture, changing from granular in the posterior portion to agranular in the anterior portion.

Large Granular

  1. This area has a large granular layer with dense columns of neurons, called ocular dominance columns.

Granular Substances

  1. Agranular leukocytes are WBCs without granular substances within the cells after staining.

Granular Pink Lepidolite

  1. A rock made of granular pink lepidolite and red to pink tourmaline is used as an ornamental stone for carving.

Well-Developed Internal Granular

  1. We found that galagos, like monkeys, possess a discrete region of frontal cortex with a well-developed internal granular layer.

Innermost Granular

  1. The innermost granular layer is primarily composed of approximately 100 billion small granule cells - more cells than is found in the entire cortex.

Naturally Occurring Granular Material

  1. Sand is a naturally occurring granular material comprised of finely divided rock and mineral particles.

Prismatic Crystals

  1. Celestite, strontium sulfate forms tabular or prismatic crystals (orthorhombic system), nodules, and granular or fibrous cleavable masses.

Granular Cortex

  1. In granular cortex most of the cells are non-pyramidal cells which are not projection areas.

External Granular

  1. The external granular layer ceases to exist in the mature cerebellum, leaving only granule cells in the internal granule layer.

Granular Cytoplasm

  1. Cells with bright eosinophilic, occasionally granular cytoplasm, consistent with myeloid lineage were present.
  2. Granulocytes These have a granular cytoplasm and lobed nucleus.

Granular Surface

  1. It is called granite because of the granular surface.

Lymphoproliferative Disease

  1. Lymphoproliferative disease of granular T lymphocytes presenting as aplastic anemia.

Granular Texture

  1. Diorite is a crystalline igneous rock that exhibits a granular texture and is sometimes alternatively referred to as black granite.

Granular Leukocytes

  1. The granular leukocytes, or granulocytes (GRAN-ulo-sites), are so named because they show visible granules in the cytoplasm when stained (see Fig.

Large Granular Lymphocyte Leukemia

  1. Therapeutic implications of variable expression of CD52 on clonal cytotoxic T cells in CD8+ large granular lymphocyte leukemia.

Large Granular Lymphocytes

  1. Multidrug resistance analysis in lymphoproliferative disease of large granular lymphocytes.

Origin

  1. Mossy fibers enter the granular layer from their main point of origin, the pontine nuclei.

Continuous

  1. For example, when intervals are granular, the researcher may decide to define the variable as Continuous, and for coarser intervals, Categorical.

Literature

  1. Modeling and Mechanics of Granular and Porous Materials is fairly unique in the literature.
  2. T-cell large granular lymphocyte leukemia: A report on the treatment of 29 patients and a review of the literature.

Matter

  1. No matter where your account is at, periodically dig into your keywords to look for patterns and changes at a granular level.

Solid

  1. These compounds are stable while solid and may be used in powdered, granular, or tablet form.

Limestone

  1. Granular layers in the limestone, is, in general, brachiopods and bryozoans, mussels family today, and a variety of trilobites.

Interface

  1. WHITE MATTER: Beneath the granular layer is the white matter core of the cerebellum, which is the interface between the cerebellum and the brainstem.

Address

  1. Network flows are highly granular: flow endpoints are identified both by IP address as well as by transport layer application port numbers.
  2. This review will address the diagnostic challenges of and therapeutic options for T-cell large granular lymphocyte leukemia.

Control

  1. It's a good idea to answer in this way to abnormal packets, but it's better to have the control and be more granular.
  2. This proposed standard provides a granular level of control that lets the XML data provider control visibility based on audience.
  3. Granular fertilizers are easier to control because you can actually see how much fertilizer you are using and where it is being dispersed.

Products

  1. Regardless of their derivation, macrophages are large amoeboid cells with a foamy or granular cytoplasm, full of lipid and other products they have ingested.

Rough

  1. When light strikes a rough or granular surface, it bounces off in all directions due to the microscopic irregularities of the interface.

Embedded

  1. It is porphyritic, that is, consists of coarse crystals (phenocrysts) embedded in a granular or glassy matrix (groundmass).
  2. He presented the theory of Markovian stochastic music, in which is embedded the idea of granular synthesis.

Heart

  1. At autopsy, a one-liter hemopericardium was present, and the pericardial sac was thick, granular and adhesed to the heart, suspicious for pericarditis.

Inner

  1. Purkinje Axons extends into the granular layer (inner layer), where they relay efferent signals ultimately to the white matter of the cerebellar core.

Criteria

  1. The lymphoproliferative disease of granular lymphocytes: updated criteria for diagnosis.
  2. The FEC can be more granular that just a network prefix as it can also specify an IP prefix with other criteria such as IP TOS bits.

Metal

  1. Also granular surfaced products, whether APP or SBS based, are not recommended since the mineral surface can cause abrasion on the metal.

Soft

  1. They have a soft, granular, soil structure.

Brown

  1. It forms prismatic crystals (tetragonal system) and columnar, granular, or massive aggregates that are usually brown or green.
  2. The back of the frog is brown or grey with darker brown or green markings, underside is white with a granular appearance.

Primates

  1. The main problem with this definition is that it works well only in primates but not in nonprimates, as the latter lack a granular layer IV[ 3].
  2. Abstract. Primates are unique among mammals in possessing a region of dorsolateral prefrontal cortex with a well-developed internal granular layer.

Space

  1. Quantum gravity supposes that space is granular on the smallest of scales.

Compact

  1. It can also occur in massive, compact, granular, columnar, or fibrous habits.
  2. It may occur as fibrous, granular, lamellar, or compact.

Sandstone

  1. Unlike sandstone, quartzite breaks through, not around, the quartz grains, producing a smooth surface instead of a rough and granular one.

Asphalt Shingles

  1. Hail causes bruising, cracking and granular loss to your asphalt shingles.

Structure

  1. However, the upper layer shows the same granular structure as the lower layer and the structure is continuous through gaps in the dark band (Charig et al.
  2. Quantum events have an intrinsically discrete ("quantized") granular structure.
  3. His later work concerned the so-called S-matrix approach to nuclear forces and the possibility that space and time are quantized, or granular, in structure.

Molecular

  1. Cortical layers There are three layers to the cerebellar cortex; from outer to inner layer, these are the molecular, Purkinje, and granular layers.
  2. When examined microscopically it is found to be made up of two layers, an outer " molecular " and an inner " granular " layer.
  3. Molecular layer External granular layer External pyramidal layer Internal granular layer Internal pyramidal layer Multiform layer.

Schist

  1. Origin of granular or saccharoidal marble, silicification of schist into ribbon jasper.

Olivine

  1. Olivine crystallizes in the orthorhombic system in somewhat flattened forms but may occur massive or granular.

Crystal

  1. Potassium Carbonate may be monoclinic crystal, white powder, granular crystal or prill.

Mineral

  1. It is a black, amorphous appearing mineral, often with a granular, fibrous or columnar structure, sometimes forming reniform crusts.

Categories

  1. Massive
  2. Nature > Matter > Solids > Crystals
  3. Fibrous
  4. Frontal Cortex
  5. Anatomy > Organs > Immune System > Granulocytes

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