Definition of Fibrillae
1. fibrilla [n] - See also: fibrilla
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Fibrillae
Literary usage of Fibrillae
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. On the Physics and Physiology of Protoplasmic Streaming in Plants by Alfred James Ewart, Francis Gotch (1903)
"fibrillae, which in streaming cells would necessarily be confined to the ... Nemec 1 states that longitudinal strands of fibrillae can be seen in the cells ..."
2. The American Naturalist by American Society of Naturalists, Essex Institute (1904)
"He found that the nucleus of the spore mother- cell became surrounded by a web of delicate fibrillae, which, extending radially into the surrounding ..."
3. The Physiology of Man: Designed to Represent the Existing State of by Austin Flint (1874)
"... the voluntary muscles— Primitive fasciculi—Sarcolemma—fibrillae—Fibrous and adipose tissue in the voluntary muscles—Connective tissue—Blood-vessels and ..."
4. A Text Book of Physiology by Michael Foster (1891)
"The axis-cylinders, passing into the epithelium in the region of the nuclear layer beneath the inner hair-cells, split up into fibrillae and bundles of ..."
5. Pecten by William John Dakin (1909)
"... where they are continued free as the long cilia, so that these are in reality the terminations of primitive neuro-fibrillae. PIG. 4. ..."