English to Japanese Meaning :: spicule

Spicule :
針状体
- 針状体
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Noun(1) small pointed structure serving as a skeletal element in various marine and freshwater invertebrates e.g. sponges and corals

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(1) Typical findings include spiculation of the mucosa, spasm, abscess, or evidence of frank perforation.(2) Another factor that must be taken into account to interpret the different behavior of the various spicules is the morphology of the spicules investigated.(3) Pillow lava and marine sponge spicules found in the contact zones between individual layers of the Columbia River Basalt suggest that these lava layers flowed out under water and that the water was ocean water, not freshwater from a lake.(4) Subsequent microscopic study of the outer layer shows that, in a few specimens, patches of the microcrystalline material grade laterally into vestigial spicular fabric.(5) Lobulation, spiculation , and satellite lesions all suggest an increased likelihood of malignancy.(6) A general overview on the structural organization of the proteinaceous filament inside spicules is presented.(7) The sharp spots in the diffraction patterns shown in Fig.5 indicated that the protein units forming the central filaments inside the spicules must be organized with a very high degree of order.(8) The spicules of bone revealed the characteristic corallike branching.(9) The dorsum is entirely covered with long spiculate papillae, about 130 m in length which are characteristic of that genus.(10) Your photos show the heavily spiculate skin of the mantle and the tubercles very well.(11) The spicular skeleton consists of six rays triaxially arranged.(12) The labrum is wide, with spiculate ridges.(13) Shallow lobulation is observed and short thin spinule, deep lobulation or spiculate protuberance is not observed in the tumour edge.(14) As I watched my films slide out of the processor, there it was in my left breast: a tiny spiculate smudge.(15) Locally there are ‘hints’ of a parallel fibrous, possibly spicular , structure in the normally irregularly crystalline microstructure of the trabeculae.(16) The tarpaulin that covers the entrance is gashed in several places, undoubtedly caused by the ice spicules flying at speeds that made them deadly projectiles.
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