A (Control): The transverse section
of the small intestine (jejunum) of normal control rat showing the general architecture of a normal jejunum.
of non-hydrated seeds were used to describe the complete structure of seed coat.
Figure 6a and b present Raman spectra of a 20% Sunigum[R] blend in a transverse section
at low (21 [s.
For instance, in the DaVinci drawing, if a transverse section
is taken out, it can be rotated, and it can be extruded into a three-dimensional anatomically-positioned organ or body.
The corallite wall is usually straight or slightly wavy in transverse section
anticlinal walls linear; abaxial cells papillose in transverse section
Macroscopic observations were made on the surface of this tablet in tangential section; samples were taken in transverse section
at the location of earlier samples removed in 1933 (Lavachery 1934: 70).
Priority was given to transverse sections
, and if the right sagitta was damaged during preparation, the left sagitta was used (n=8).
In transverse sections
, each of the leaf and the leaflet can be divided into two areas: the basal area consists mainly of two types of large goblet cells, and the apical area that contains a mixture of supporting cells, sensory cells and four types of mucus-secreting cells.
Only a hand very practised at anatomical dissection could have cut such a uniform transverse section
from human heart tissue, showing various veins and arteries of different cross-sections, and the endocardial membrane.
We chose our patients very carefully and documented that they had previously had a lower transverse section
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