See also: Cystolith Cystolitholapaxy Cystolithotomy Cyst Cystitis Cystic Cystoscopy Cystocele Cystectomy Cystogram Cystotomy Cystostomy Cysteine Cystocentesis Cysticercus Sebaceous Ovarian Ganglion Pilonidal Indurated Baker's Renal Epidermoid
1. The Cystolith is a spindle-shaped body composed of concentric layers of longitudinally oriented cellulose microfibrils associated with pectins and other cell wall polysaccharides
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2. Some Cystoliths also contain silicon and are covered in a sheath of siliceous material.
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3. Cystolith a structure found in some plants, e.g
4. Cystolith definition is - a calcium carbonate concretion arising from the cellulose wall of cells of higher plants.
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5. Cystolith A stalk-like crystal of calcium carbonate formed inside an epidermal cell by crystal growth on to an ingrowth from the cell wall. A cell containing a Cystolith is known as a lithocyst
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6. Source for information on Cystolith: A Dictionary of Plant Sciences dictionary.
7. A Cystolitholapaxy is a medical procedure used to treat bladder stones by using a cystoscope to locate and break the stones into smaller fragments.
8. A Cystolithalopaxy is the most common procedure used to treat bladder stones
9. Cystolith hairs, important criteria for the identification of marihuana leaf fragments, occur among several dicotyledonous families, notably the Moraceae, Boraginaceae, Loasaceae, Ulmaceae, and Caimabinaceae
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10. Since Cystoliths also develop in many forms, most species can be differentiated from Cannabis only by a very close morphological examination.
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11. Cystolith is a botanical term for the inorganic concretions, usually of calcium carbonate, formed in a cellulose matrix in special cells called lithocysts, generally in the leaf of plants of certain families, e.g
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12. In Acanthaceae … arranged in opposite pairs, with Cystoliths (enlarged cells containing crystals of calcium carbonate) in streaks or protuberances in the vegetative parts
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13. The Cystolith is a spindle-shaped body composed of concentric layers of longitudinally orientated cellulose microfibrils associated with pectins and other cell wall polysaccharides
Cystolith, Composed, Concentric, Cellulose, Cell
14. Some Cystoliths also contain silicon and are covered in a sheath of siliceous material.
Cystoliths, Contain, Covered
15. Cystolith: A stone within the bladder; What are the different types of kidney stones? Calcium oxalate is by far the most common type of kidney stone
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16. Cystolithotomy: [ sis″to-lĭ-thot´ah-me ] incision of the bladder for removal of a calculus ; called also Cystolithectomy .
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17. (b1) Live plant; (b2) Cystolith in hypodermal region of leaf (T.S.); (b3) Micrometeric height measurement of hypodermal Cystolith; (b4) Micrometeric width measurement of hypodermal Cystolith; (b5
18. Primary bladder calculi are rarely encountered in the Western world and are usually secondary to urinary stasis following an obstruction.… Bladder Calculus (Cystolith): Read more about Symptoms, Diagnosis, Treatment, Complications, Causes and Prognosis.
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19. Hypernyms ("Cystolith" is a kind of): calculus ; concretion (a hard lump produced by the concretion of mineral salts; found in hollow organs or ducts of the body) Context examples
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20. [n -S] Medical Definition of Cystolith
21. (27 Sep 1997) Lexicographical Neighbors of Cystolith
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29. A concretion of calcium carbonate arising from the cell walls of modified epidermal cells in some flowering plants Explanation of Cystolith
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30. These are words formed by appending one letter to Cystolith
31. Cystoliths ; Direct anagrams of Cystolith
32. Hemocyte Cystoliths are a resource dropped by the Hemocyte during Operation: Plague Star, and used to build that event's clan trophies
33. How to say Cystolith in English? Pronunciation of Cystolith with 1 audio pronunciation, 4 synonyms, 2 meanings, 1 translation and more for Cystolith.
34. Cystolith: A mineral concretion, usually of calcium carbonate, occurring in the epidermal cells of certain plants, such as figs.
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35. Synonyms for Cystolith in Free Thesaurus
36. 1 synonym for Cystolith: bladder stone
37. What are synonyms for Cystolith?
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39. Cystolith hairs – Leaves and stalks have waxy, Cystolith hairs – that act like feathers on a duck – and shed water
40. Common crawl The microscopic study of the leaves shows, in addition to epidermal cells with Cystoliths , stinging hairs with a cell pointed on a bulb basilar bloated, multicellular.
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41. Total Cystolith dissolution was achieved by week 2 for 5 cats, which were presumed to have struvite Cystoliths
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42. All other cats underwent cystotomy for stone removal after radiographic evidence of Cystoliths were still present at 2 weeks (1 cat with severe signs), 4 weeks (5 cats), or 6 weeks (1 cat).
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43. Cystolith (Thesaurus) cystoid cystoma
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44. Cystolith in American English (ˈsɪstoʊˌlɪθ ; ˈsɪstəˌlɪθ)
45. (i) Cystolith: It is an outgrowth of the epidermal cell wall; Calcium carbonate occurs as a large mass of small crystals in many plants leaves
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46. Cystolith: 1 n a calculus formed in the bladder Synonyms: bladder stone Type of: calculus , concretion a hard lump produced by the concretion of mineral salts; found in hollow organs or ducts of the body
Cystolith, Calculus, Concretion
47. Evaluation of a dry therapeutic urinary diet and concurrent administration of antimicrobials for struvite Cystolith dissolution in dogs BMC Vet Res
48. The Cystolith is shown to be composed of four distinct mineral phases with different chemical properties: an almost pure silica phase grades into a Mg-rich silica phase
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49. It is the filler material that determines the final shape and volume of the Cystolith.
50. What does Cystoliths mean? Plural form of Cystolith
51. This dog had the largest Cystolith in the responder group (2.7 cm)
Definition of cystolith. : a calcium carbonate concretion arising from the cellulose wall of cells of higher plants.
At maturity it is heavily impregnated with calcium carbonate. Some cystoliths also contain silicon and are covered in a sheath of siliceous material. Cystolith formation occurs at the tip of a peg that grows in from the lithocyst wall.
Medical Definition of cystolithiasis. : the presence of calculi in the urinary bladder.
Cystolith formation occurs at the tip of a peg that grows in from the lithocyst wall. Evidence from ultrastructure suggests that the lithocyst cytoplasm transports carbohydrates to the cystolith via Golgi vesicles, and organizes the deposition of cystolith cellulose microfibrils via a system of microtubules lying beneath...