Striation

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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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While stomatopoda are not related to mantis - insects that live over ground, better known as the praying mantis and best known for the female eating the male in many instances during or after mating - a similar striated structure was also found in the tibia of the insects.
These hypotheses were based on previous research showing that obliquely striated MR circular mantle muscle fibers in other cephalopods exhibit high aerobic metabolic pathway enzyme activity, and are active during slow jetting (Bone et al.
It should be pointed out that the smooth and the striated are not mutually exclusive categories; they always have the potential to undergo a transformation from one into the other.
8x as long as rest of body, T1 with two strong and complete carinae, T2 striated in and between basal foveae to 0.
Epithelial cells of the posterior midgut are each characterized by the presence of a well-developed striated border relative to the digestive cells of the anterior midgut, which suggests a role of nutrient absorption; moreover the occurrence of apocrine secretion or release of cytoplasmic vesicles into the lumen was not observed.
Thin conical shell, number of whorls 4, umbilicus imperforate, shell brown in colour, dextral, thin, ovately oblong and smooth, umbilicus closed, body whorl enlarged, angular above and inflated below, sutures obliquely depressed, aperture large mango shaped pointed above and inflated below, columella twisted and oblique, shell sculpture spirally striated, apex very short, thin and pointed.
The mean number of striated ducts in the right gland "a" and "b" parts, and in the left gland "a" and "b" parts was 0.
In general, lesions below T6 (spinal cord T7 - 8) give striated sphincter dyssynergia, and above that both striated and smooth-muscle dyssynergia.
With the striated organelle connecting the rootlets to the cell membrane, it creates the possibility of feedback from the cell to the very detectors that detect motion.
Making up just 4% of the total volume of the block, the optical fibers give the material a striated texture.
In Pilates, you work on mainly internal muscles, which means that anyone watching you has no way of knowing whether you're really exercising your deep pelvis muscle, contracting your striated muscles, or just dozing on the mattress.