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Aspects of the topic vessel-cell are discussed in the following places at Britannica. Assorted References function in pteridophytes ( in lower vascular plant (biology): Cells of the vascular system ) ...secondary walls display ladderlike (scalariform) thickenings. The largest tracheids are several centimetres long, but most are much smaller. Vessel cells,...
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Two types of xylem vessel members can be described. ... There is no cell wall material at the ends of the vessels (tomatoes have a ...
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Four-Gas Mixing in Cell Culture, blends air, oxygen, carbon dioxide, and ... Glass-jacketed cell culture vessels, 2.2 through 14 liters total volume ...
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NO mediates mural cell recruitment and vessel morphogenesis in murine melanomas ... Host cell eNOS but not iNOS contributes to angiogenesis and vessel morphogenesis ...
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The Hox gene abdominal-A specifies heart cell fate in the Drosophila dorsal vessel ... non-Tin expressing cell (those cells of the dorsal vessel lacking black nuclei) ...
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An apparatus including a single electrolytic/reaction cell, for extraction of titanium sponge from rutile ore. Magnesium ... single vessel cell means operable ...
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FUNCTION OF LAMININ-ENDOTHELIAL CELL INTERACTIONS. A. Vessel Formation. B. Vessel Stability ... and cellular events that lead to vessel maturation (24, ...
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Yielding of the vessel cell wall can occur under the combination of tensile ... Hence the mode of failure of the vessel cell wall is a function of the material ...
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... into specific cell types such as neurons and blood vessel cells, but they were ... than a year, creating large numbers of nerve and blood vessel cell precursors. ...
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It is believed that stem cells have the potential to be any cell in the body. ... cells become blood vessel cells, rather than ... We need a blood vessel cell. ...
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Universal bone marrow cell spurs growth of vessels and heart muscle. November 10, 2003 ... stem cell clone" found in adult bone marrow regenerated blood vessels and ...
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Water tends to move into the cell because of the osmotic effect of the low ... Many individual cells can form a vessel that can be several centimeters long. ...
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