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Small patches of rough endoplasmic reticulum (RER) are seen as short cisternae, and a large dense network of interconnecting tubular SER is observed in the cytoplasm (Fig.
Endoplasmic reticulum stress or malfunction can contribute to neurodegenerative diseases such as Alzheimer's and Parkinson's.
These MIT scientists believe they can show that the r-process elements they're looking at formed from the collision of two neutron stars, at some point long in Reticulum II's past.
The basal cytoplasm contains free ribosomes, abundant rough endoplasmic reticulum in the form of whorls and cisternae, multi-vesicular bodies, dense tubules, coated and smooth vesicles, and lysosomes, while the Golgi complexes appear sparse (Figs.
1992 The endoplasmic reticulum as a protein folding compartment.
Reticulum of buffalo was procured from the local abattoir.
1D) from the Neodiversograptus nilssoni and Lobograptus progenitor biozones exhibit a mix of characters of older gothograptids, having a dense reticulum, and of younger forms in the absence of genicular processes (Fig.
More than half portion of reticulum was herniated in to the thoracic cavity with adhesions.
We separated the rumen-reticulum by making an incision at the reticulo-omasal sphincter and 5 cm anterior to the intersection of the esophagus and reticulum.