- At the top of each panel is a network of elongated reticulated cells.
- The clear cells possessed abundant finely reticulated clear cytoplasm, which was highlighted by trichrome stain and immunostaining with antimitochondria antibody.
- Samburu Reserve and Meru National Park, together with a number of private ranches such as Lewa Downs, provide the chance to see the Beisa oryx, tightly striped Grevy's zebra, reticulated giraffe and slender necked gerenuk.
- In Arizona, it is illegal for an individual to own a reticulated Gila monster, but not in California, where the reticulated variety is not resident.
- There has been a dramatic decline in skin diseases (especially in children), possibly due to improved hygiene because of the installation of tanks and reticulated water supplies.
- Some animals are unique to this northern park: Grevy's zebra, reticulated giraffe, kudu and gerenuk.
- In his early work, geographer Joel Bonnemaison stressed place and permanence over mobility, but later, it is the image of reticulated space, or networks that feature prominently.
- Lesions of the mucous membranes appear as whitish, reticulated, lacy plaques of the buccal mucosa, which may be painful (Wickham's striae).
- One such setting houses the resident reticulated giraffes, who have their own towering barn handsome enough to be a Sea Ranch home - except for the 18-foot-tall door-ways.
- As they dry the berries turn black and the skin and part of the pulp form a reticulated covering to the seed.
- The works feature allover compositions in which the superimposition of reticulated lines or irregular patterns of cellular outlines, or a combination of both, are set against dark red or blue grounds.
- Arizona reptile collectors thus take reticulated Gila monsters across the state line, sell them, and then immediately buy them back, so that the creature comes with a California bill of sale.
- His cages are not pretty, but they are very functional, serviced by reticulated water and food at the front, with a door at the rear, adjacent to nesting hollows.
- The stainable DNA may appear in clumps or may be in a reticulated pattern.