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Epithelium is changed to low columnar or cuboidal (Fig: 11).
MariaDB ColumnStore is a columnar storage engine for massively parallel distributed query execution and data loading.
Whilst the project has mapped the columnar organisation in a few specialised brain areas, there are at least 30 mid-level visual, auditory, somatosensory and multisensory areas where the detailed columnar-level feature representations remain unknown.
In our case, the histopathologic findings demonstrated an inner surface of the cyst covered by a mucinpositive columnar epithelium connected to urothelium, with continuous transition between the two, suggesting that the mucinous tumour may have originated from a sequestered segment of the renal pelvic epithelium in the renal parenchyma.
It has been revealed that in the stallion and dog, the epithelium of the prostate gland is consisted of tall columnar secretory cells that are similar to findings of the present study.
These four new or enhanced capabilities are a part of a larger group of analytical innovations that Teradata recently brought to market in the areas of columnar, geospatial, hybrid storage, private cloud and temporal.
Histologically, the pancreatic ductal epithelium was replaced by complex, frondlike papillae that consisted of stroma lined by a single layer of epithelium, which was predominantly nonmucinous and cuboidal, with focal areas of columnar mucinous epithelium.
Use the upright columnar juniperus chinensis Pyramidalis with its prickly glaucous leaves in combination with the purple-leaved smoke bush cotinus coggygria Royal Purple.
The pure copper condensates are characterised by the columnar shape of the grains with the diameter of approximately 0.
There are a fossil forest and columnar basalt formations among the first five geosites.
The columnar method can in many cases greatly reduce disk I/O demand compared to systems that store data in rows, and also achieve higher levels of compression, said analyst Curt Monash of Monash Research.