Moreover, the enhanced cortical cell
area and cortical region thickness emerges as adaptability response.
a) Cortical cells
were treated with 10 mM L-buthionine sulfoximine (BSO) for 24 h in the presence or absence of the Allium cepa extract (ACE) (10 mg/mL), quercetin (QCT) (10 [micro]M), SB (10 [micro]M), or U0126 (10 [micro]M).
mosseae penetrates root and grow extensively between and within living cortical cells
and affects many aspects of root metabolism.
Leaves deeply bifid or trifid, lobes lanceolate to acuminate; cortical cells
with thin wall .
Schneider (2004), however, pointed out that Bucher & Norris (1995) depicted elongated outer cortical cells
and more than one sporangium per whorl-branchlet in their material, features that are in conflict with Saenger & Wollaston's (1982) original description of this species.
Rothman et al, 1985) and a blockade of swelling-activated chloride channels was shown to be cerebro-protective and to reduce levels of ischemia-induced efflux of aspartate, glutamate, taurine and phosphoethanolamine from cerebral cortical cells
(Phillis et ah, 1998).
strongly pigmented, completely encircling the central filament.
D11, a molecule that labels the nuclei of adrenal cortical cells
, can be utilized to identify ACC, yet it lacks specificity as it also stains hepatocellular, lung, and renal cell carcinomas (3).
Differently from barbule and barb cortical cells
that accumulate feather keratin, barb medullary cells undergo to lipid degeneration.
It will take further work to determine whether cortical cells
with high rates of synaptic turnover orchestrate flexible adaptations to an animal's changing environment, Callaway says.
Regulation of the synthesis of steroidogenic enzymes in adrenal cortical cells
Cellular/ tissue adrenal medullary and cortical transplantation may have a role in replenishing the damaged adrenal medullary and cortical cells
through the positive intrinsic homing effect of the transplanted cell.