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Striation

In numismatics, small lines on the surface of a coin, sometimes only visible with magnification. Striation may be caused by polishing the die that struck the coin.
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Scanning electron micrograph of the anterior midgut epithelium (ep) showing the bubbles (b) of apocrine secretion in the cell apex and the absence of striated border.
Site Tissue Cu Milford Sound Adductor smooth 3 [+ or -] 1 Adductor striated 2.
Himalmartensus new genus can be diagnosed from other amaurobiids, agelenids, and genera of other related families by at least: (1) AMS represented by colulus as in Rubrius and some Macrobunus species; (2) single chilum, as in Rubrius, and Amaurobius-related genera; (3) smooth trichobothrial base, as in Rubrius and agelenids, all others being either longitudinally or transversely striated, and (4) four simple tracheal tubes, but branched tubes in Cybaeus, Rubrius and Macrobunus.
No Sharpey's fibers were seen at the attachment of the muscle to the interosseous ligament; to the contrary, there was a smooth transition from striated muscle fibers to the dense connective tissue of the interosseous ligament.
The nonenhancing striated MRI appearance of thickened folia in patients with LDD is distinctive and suggests this diagnosis, although atypical cases have been noted.
The artifacts related to Parkinson's disease are more prominent in the limb leads and represent the action potentials of active striated muscles.
Additionally, the striated patterns of each color follow very uneven lines and show drastic curvature and motion.
They were followed by four tiny otters born to novice parents Guinevere and Lancelot, and the Striated Caracara (hawk) and Red-legged Seriema chicks born at the end of May.
The striated pattern arises when the gravity of ring particles pulls them together, only to be smeared out by the gravitational stresses from Saturn, says Phil Nicholson of Cornell University.
Drosophila melanogaster is being used as a model organism with which to study myofibril assembly and growth of the sarcomere in striated muscle.