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SPOROPHOROUS VESICLE
THREE VESICLE
THIRD PRIMARY VESICLE
ENDOCYTIC VESICLE
OTIC VESICLE
LENS VESICLE
OPTIC VESICLES
DUCTUS DEFERENS
SEMINAL VESICLE
SIZE
CELL
INVAGINATION
FIGURE
STAGE
POSTERIOR
FIG
FLUID
SUBSTANCE
FIRST SIGN
OUTER MEMBRANE
VOLCANIC ROCK
LYSOSOME
FORMATION
BUBBLE
FORM
CAVITY
LUMEN
IMPETIGO
STALK
CELLS
TRANSFERRIN
PROTEINS
CYTOSOL
BRAIN
TELENCEPHALON
MEMBRANE
VESICLES
NEURAL TUBE
ECTODERM
END
SPORANGIUM
VESICLE
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Definitions

  1. Each vesicle is lined by a single layer of cubical epithelium. (Web site)
  2. An apical vesicle was observed at the anterior end of the acrosome.

Sporophorous Vesicle

  1. Formation of sporophorous vesicle (not Culicospora) 5.

Three Vesicle

  1. It emerges from the prosencephalon, the first of three vesicle s that form from the embryonic neural tube.

Third Primary Vesicle

  1. The third primary vesicle, the rhombencephalon, will further differentiate into two secondary vesicles, the metencephalon and the myelencephalon.

Endocytic Vesicle

  1. Acidification of the endocytic vesicle allows unfolding of the A and B chains exposing the hydrophobic T domain of the toxin.

Otic Vesicle

  1. LRRTM1 is expressed in the neural tube, otic vesicle, apical ectodermal ridge, forebrain and midbrain up to a sharp central boundary.

Lens Vesicle

  1. The analysis of another epithelial bending movement, during the formation of the lens vesicle, revealed an identical phenomenon.

Optic Vesicles

  1. From the anterior, or first cerebral vesicle, at an early period spring two processes, which become the optic vesicles. (Web site)

Ductus Deferens

  1. Along the medial margin of each vesicle runs the ampulla of the ductus deferens. (Web site)

Seminal Vesicle

  1. The anterior walls of the left ampulla, left seminal vesicle, and prostatic urethra have been cut away. (Web site)

Size

  1. Surgical excision of a seminal vesicle cyst depends on the size and location of the cyst and presence of clinical symptoms.

Cell

  1. The cell will acidify the vesicle, causing transferrin to release its iron ions.

Invagination

  1. This invagination constitutes the choroidal fissure, and extends from the interventricular foramen to the posterior end of the vesicle. (Web site)
  2. Invagination of otic vesicle indicated by pigment spot. (Web site)

Figure

  1. Figure 6. Foxg1 is required for cell cohesion in the optic vesicle. (Web site)

Stage

  1. Hence, this stage of neural tube development is known as the "three vesicle" stage. (Web site)

Posterior

  1. Posterior to the urinary baladder, it unites with the duct of the seminal vesicle the ejaculatory duct.

Fig

  1. However, nuclei fail to migrate from the vesicle into the metulae, and development stops at the stage of secondary sterigmata bud initiation (Fig.
  2. The seminal vesicle and vas deferens fuse to form the ejaculatory duct, which courses through the prostate to terminate in the urethra (Fig. (Web site)

Fluid

  1. The fluid comes from the prostate, seminal vesicle and other sex glands.

Substance

  1. Vesicle (n.) A small bladderlike body in the substance of vegetable, or upon the surface of a leaf. (Web site)

First Sign

  1. The first sign of bullous impetigo is a large bump on the skin with a clear, fluid-filled top (a vesicle). (Web site)

Outer Membrane

  1. The normal low curvature of the outer membrane (while it resides on the bacterium) is abruptly changed to the high-curvature form of the vesicle (Fig. (Web site)

Volcanic Rock

  1. Vesicle refers to a small cavity in a volcanic rock. (Web site)

Lysosome

  1. If the vesicle contains digestive enzymes, it is called a lysosome. (Web site)
  2. Lysosomes contain digestive enzymes used to break down phagocytized particulates when the lysosome fuses with the phagocytic vesicle. (Web site)

Formation

  1. Electron microscopy of infected cells revealed a role for ORF 3a in SARS-CoV induced vesicle formation, a prominent feature of cells from SARS patients. (Web site)
  2. Formation of Endoderm The enlargement of the blastodermic vesicle is followed by the detachment of some cells from the inner cell mass. (Web site)
  3. The formation of the otic vesicle, however, was supported by either the dorsal or ventral neuroectoderm. (Web site)

Bubble

  1. Mineralisation involves osteoblasts secreting vesicles Vesicle (biology) A vesicle is a bubble of liquid within a cell. (Web site)

Form

  1. The paired mesonephric ducts in the male, in contrast, go on to form the paired epididymis, ductus deferens, ejaculatory duct and seminal vesicle. (Web site)
  2. Finally, the optic vesicle grows to form an optic outgrowth.
  3. Some cells in the lens vesicle will be fated to form the cornea and the lens vesicle will develop completely to form the definitive lens. (Web site)

Cavity

  1. Vesicle: A small air pocket or cavity formed in volcanic rock during solidification.
  2. Vesicle: A cavity in an igneous rock that was formerly occupied by a bubble of escaping gas.
  3. The anterior epithelium of the lens vesicle remains, but from the posterior the lens fibres are developed and these gradually fill up the cavity. (Web site)

Lumen

  1. A decrease in the transport of the lumen of the vesicle is the equivalent of increasing net drug absorption and increasing the drug bioavailability. (Web site)
  2. The lens vesicle has lost its lumen.

Impetigo

  1. This type of impetigo involves the formation of a small vesicle surrounded by a circle of reddened skin. (Web site)

Stalk

  1. Merosporangia are elongated sporangiola with uniseriate spores usually produced from a vesicle or stalk (Figure 6).
  2. Each sporangiole is borne directly from the vesicle on a stalk called a sterigmata.

Cells

  1. From the vesicle, cells called sterigmata are formed (31, 81, 86), and chains of conidia originate from the sterigmata. (Web site)
  2. Subsequently, cells continuously evaginate from the forebrain, steadily increasing the size of the optic vesicle. (Web site)
  3. In cell biology, a microsome is a small vesicle that is derived from fragmented endoplasmic reticulum produced when cells are homogenized. (Web site)

Transferrin

  1. After binding to the low affinity binding site, transferrin is endocytosed and iron is removed following acidification of the vesicle.
  2. Once the transferrin has bound to the receptor, a vesicle in the cell completely engulfs it. (Web site)

Proteins

  1. Enzymes within the Golgi apparatus modify the proteins and enclose them in a new vesicle that buds from the surface of the Golgi apparatus. (Web site)

Cytosol

  1. In cell biology, a vesicle is a relatively small and enclosed compartment, separated from the cytosol by at least one lipid bilayer. (Web site)

Brain

  1. In hatched larvae Hec-Otx transcripts are detected only in the sensory (brain) vesicle.
  2. Memory, brain and nervous functions can be also associated with Phosphorylcholine, a molecule mainly secreted by the seminal vesicle. (Web site)
  3. Synaptic vesicle protein 2A binding SV2A is ubiquitously expressed in the brain, but its function has not been clearly defined. (Web site)

Telencephalon

  1. At day 9.5, the forebrain divides into the telencephalon (t), diencephalon (d) and the optic vesicle forms. (Web site)

Membrane

  1. This vesicle will move through the cytosol and fuse with the membrane of the Golgi apparatus. (Web site)
  2. Ca + in synapse enters the axon, causing the vesicle to bind to the membrane and release the neurotransmitter. (Web site)
  3. The engulfing portion of the membrane separates from the cell wall and encases the particle in a vesicle. (Web site)

Vesicles

  1. Once inserted, the proteins are then transported to their final destination in vesicles, where the vesicle fuses with the target membrane. (Web site)

Neural Tube

  1. A vesicle at the rostral end of the neural tube is the foundation of the telencephalon in all vertebrates. (Web site)
  2. The 3 Vesicle Stage This is the neural tube early in development. (Web site)
  3. Thus, the nasal-temporal axis of the retina is established by Fgf-dependent patterning of the optic vesicle along the dorsal-ventral axis of the neural tube. (Web site)

Ectoderm

  1. When the optic vesicle touches the ectoderm on the surface, a placode is formed and it sinks in towards the developing neural components of the eye.
  2. The adjacent ectoderm thickens to form the lens placode (a & b) which invaginates and (eventually) separates (c) from the ectoderm to form the lens vesicle. (Web site)

End

  1. This metular budding is polar so that both phialides are produced from the end of the metula that is farthest from the vesicle (Fig.
  2. Initially an outgrowth from the diencephalon forms the optic stalk, dilated at its end to form an optic vesicle.

Sporangium

  1. In contrast, in many Pythium species, the sporangium produces a short tube to which is connected a secondary structure referred to as a vesicle.
  2. Using a mucus-like substance found in the vesicle of the fungus, the sporangium can adhere itself onto whatever it lands., thus completing its life cycle. (Web site)
  3. The mucilaginous contents of the subsporangial vesicle go with the sporangium, and glue it to whatever it lands on. (Web site)

Vesicle

  1. They germinate either directly by a germ tube with or without a sporangium on the end, or indirectly by the formation of a vesicle with zoospores.
  2. The outer single layer of cells which constitutes the surface of the vesicle is the ectoderm or epiblast. (Web site)
  3. Vesicle (n.) A small cavity, nearly spherical in form, and usually of the size of a pea or smaller, such as are common in some volcanic rocks. (Web site)

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