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Definition of the noun DENSA
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Densa is a genus of Petrosiidae, described by de Laubenfels in 1934.
- synonym: genus Densa
- kingdom: Animalia
- phylum: Porifera
- class: Demospongiae
- order: Haplosclerida
- family: Petrosiidae
- genus: Neopetrosia
Densa is a series of Lycopodiaceae.
Densa was originally a fictional association created in parody of Mensa International. Rather than belonging to the smartest 2% of the population, members of Densa must be in the stupidest 98%. The name Densa is a portmanteau of dense and Mensa.
Phrases with Densa
- Poa Densa
- Eria Densa
- Nama Densa
- Rosa Densa
- Carex densa
- Erica Densa
- Genus Densa
- Ixora Densa
- Osmia densa
- Phlox Densa
- Pinus densa
- Salix Densa
- Stipa Densa
- Tinus Densa
- Udora Densa
- Vilfa Densa
- Xyris Densa
- Acacia Densa
- Adocia Densa
- Arabis Densa
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With STUDENT CONSULT Online Access by James S. Lowe, Peter G. Anderson
The macula densa is a specialized adaptation of distal tubular epithelium The macula densa is a specialized zone of the distal tubule where it is in close contact with the vascular hilum of the glomerulus. In this region, the epithelial cells of the ...
Nanoscience in Dermatology (2016)
by Michael R. Hamblin, Pinar Avci, Tarl Prow
The lamina densa is an electron-dense zone between 35 and 60 nm thick, whose main component is a specific collagen protein,
The sublamina densa is a less well-defined zone that could be considered to be the top of the papillary dermis.
by James G. Marks Jr., Jeffrey J. Miller
the lamina densa; the lamina densa is an electron-dense zone composed primarily of type IV ...
by Robert J. Person, Roger Thies
The macula densa is an area of modified renal tubular epithelium at the junction between ...
by Parveen Kumar, Michael L Clark
The macula densa is a plaque of cells containing large, tightly packed cell nuclei (hence the name macula densa; see Fig. 12.2) within the thick ascending limb of the loop of Henle. This anatomical arrangement is such as to allow changes in ...
Pass PCCN! (2015)
by Kathleen Farrell, Robin Donohoe Dennison
The juxtaglomerular apparatus consists of the macula densa and the juxtaglomerular cells. The macula densa is a part of the distal ...
High-yield Kidney (2006)
by Ronald W. Dudek
The lamina densa is an electron-dense layer of the GBM located between the lamina rara interna and lamina rara externa. This layer is characterized by a fairly dense network of the 03 and OC4 chains of type IV collagen [OjdV) and <X4(IV)]. c ...
Hypertension Primer (2008)
by Joseph L. Izzo, Domenic A. Sica, Henry Richard Black
The macula densa is a modified plaque of cells in the distal tubule of the nephron , located at the end of the loop of Henle and adjacent to the afferent arteriole, the JG cells, and extraglomerular mesangium. All of these components make up the ...
by Maarten W. Taal, Glenn M. Chertow, Philip A. Marsden, Karl Skorecki, Alan S. L. Yu, Barry M. Brenner
Macula Densa The macula densa is a specialized region of the distal tubule adjacent to the hilum ...
Robbins Basic Pathology (2016)
by CTI Reviews
The lamina densa is a component of the basement membrane zone ...
by CTI Reviews
The lamina densa is a component of the basement membrane zone between the epidermis and dermis of the skin, and is an electrondense zone between the lamina lucida and dermis, synthesized by the basal cells of the epidermis, and ...
Textbook of Aging Skin (2009)
by Miranda A. Farage, Kenneth W. Miller, Howard I. Maibach
Lamina densa is a sheet-like structure, which is mainly composed of type IV collagen. Lamina lucida is a region between the lamina densa and the epithelia, forming electron-dense plaques, hemidesmosomes, which mainly consist of ...
Garden and Forest (1895)
by Charles Sprague Sargent
densa is a native of British Guiana, ...
by Stefan Offermanns
Densa. The M-channels (M for muscarine) are expressed in the peripheral sympathetic neurons and CNS. In the absence of acetylcholine, the M- channel opens at resting membrane potential and dampens neuronal responsiveness to ...
by Harold T. Clifford, Peter D. Bostock
Calamagrostis densus, Deyeuxia densa, Dissanthelium densum, Eragrostis densa, Stipa densa densiflor-a, -um, -us L. densus, dense; flos, flower. Inflorescences congested densifolia L. densus, dense; folium, leaf. Leaves densely imbricate ...
by John Dawes
Temperature range: Coldwater /tropical DENSA, ARGENTINE WATER WEED, GIANT ELODEA Egerta densa Water preferences: Wot critical Ligh ting: Medium to very high Temperature range : ...
by Susan B. Mallory
Milia and scar formation Hyperpigmentation Mucosal involvement variable Histology shows: Separation below lamina densa Immunoglobulin G and complement deposits below lamina densa by immunoelectron.
lamina densa, a layer of epithelial basal lamina that appears dark in electron micrographs. lamina dura, 1. a sheet of compact alveolar bone that lies adjacent to ...
by John M. Lackie
macula densa A group of close-packed epithelial cells in the distal convoluted tubule of the kidney that control renin release in response to changes in the sodium concentration of the fluid passing through the tubule. macule A spot: only ...
by Louis Beaufront, Louis Couturat, Paul Desdemaines Hugon
skandar scandal, skandalo , to Make, skandalar to scandalize, skandalar scanty, mal- densa scapula, skapulo scar, cikatro scarab, skarabo scarce, rara- (population, etc.) ...
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Scrabble value of D2E1N1S1A1
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