Noun(1) a small anatomically normal sac or bladderlike structure (especially one containing fluid
(1) Skin infection begins as a raised itchy bump that resembles an insect bite but within one-two days develops into a vesicle and then a painless ulcer.(2) Plant vesicle trafficking will serve similar functions to those seen in animals and yeast.(3) Infected animals excrete virus in exhaled air, in saliva, in milk, in semen, in faeces, in urine and in ruptured vesicle fluid.(4) The gray bar in the middle of the image represents the virtual projection of spectrometer slit onto the vesicle .(5) This process allows the vesicles to dock to that part of the membrane where the neurotransmitters are due to be released into the synapse (the active zone).(6) Ancillary calculations have established the net heat effect of the prescribed ascent path and demonstrate that the heat associated with vesiculation easily compensates for the heats of crystallization.(7) Several observations on normal and injured lungs raise interest in the molecule and pathway specificity of deformation triggered vesicular trafficking.(8) The chromatin was clumped, giving the nuclei a clear vesiculated appearance.(9) The thickest segments of the main tubes have a core of vesicular glass that is a terra-cotta color.(10) Here we report that this defect formation is strongly enhanced by the membrane tension induced by osmotic swelling of vesicles .(11) In fact, she had beautiful skin apart from the scattered vesicles caused by the chicken pox.(12) Seismically, vesiculated zones exhibit low compressional-wave velocities.(13) In infants and small children, the scabies rash may include vesicles , pustules, or nodules, and the head and neck may not be spared.(14) On the basis of the vesicular structure of the shell wall, Fisher felt that they were not closely related to annelid worms.(15) Particular attention was paid to the description of each part of the stratigraphy, noting features such as degree of vesiculation , fracturing, weathering style, lithology and texture.(16) These properties contribute to curvature stress that promotes hexagonal phase formation and membrane trafficking through vesiculation and fusion.
(1) seminal vesicle :: vesicle seminal
1. cyst ::
Different Formsvesicle, vesicles
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