(1) The various evocational changes appear to form sets of interconnected systems and this complex network seems to embody some plasticity since it has been possible to suppress experimentally some of the most universal evocational events or alter their temporal order without impairing evocation itself.
(2) Functional reorganization of interconnections between the limbic and thalamo-cortical brain structures is supposed to underly phenomena observed.
(3) Certain of the schistosomes were covered with a dense mass of interconnected blood platelets resembling a temporary haemostatic plug but not a blood clot.
(4) The hypothalamus is a most complex part of the CNS having rich interconnections with forebrain, limbic and brainstem structures.
(5) As described in peripheral nerves, the axoplasm of axons in the central nervous system exhibits predominantly neurofilaments and microtubules aligned along the axis of the neurites in a three-dimensional arrangement and interconnected by cross-linker filaments and filamentous structures.
(6) The staining of HRP-immunopositive cell bodies indicates that the pallial regions studied receive afferent projections from the main olfactory bulb and are reciprocally interconnected by intrapallial associative fiber systems.
(7) Interconnections between mediastinal channels were demonstrated.
(8) This reconstruction only requires very general assumptions, such as tracer-tracee indistinguishability and mass conservation; in particular it is independent of the glucose model structure, i.e., number of compartments and their interconnections.
(9) All foci of tumor were observed to be interconnected, which suggests a unicentric origin for this subtype of basal cell carcinoma.
(10) The interconnected central lacteals in the villi overlying the interfollicular area were connected with the lymphatic plexus in the area.
(11) Z and T tubules form interconnections with each other, but only T tubules form specific contacts with the sarcoplasmic reticulum, which in these fibers forms an extended and continuously fenestrated network.
(12) As members of the G protein receptor superfamily, all three 5-HT receptor clones encode single-subunit proteins containing approximately 450 amino acids arrayed as seven interconnected transmembrane segments.
(13) Collagenous carcass of human derma is formed by interconnected fibrils, fibrillar fasciculi, fibers and their fasciculi.
(14) Interpretively linking the narcissistically inferior and superior configurations into a common gestalt, so that the patient comes to understand that these opposing aspects are mutually linked, defensively interconnected, and reciprocally reinforcing.
(15) These include: transcutaneous energy transmission and an implanted variable volume device which eliminate the need for percutaneous access; utilization of an intrathoracic blood pump and variable volume device which allow the diaphragm and abdominal cavity to remain intact; parathoracic or subcutaneous location of the transformer secondary, energy converter, internal battery and interconnecting elements allowing replacement with a minor surgical procedure; employment of the "biolized" continuous blood contacting surface which has the potential of long-term use without anticoagulants and utilization of an electrohydraulic energy converter which provides synchronization without requiring transducers and associated electronics and which provides lubrication of mechanical components.
(16) Smaller transverse dendrite bundles radiated from the longitudinal dendrite bundles at right angles and appeared to interconnect the MDB, CDB, and LDB.
(17) These findings and the dense structure of the scleral spur suggest that in monkey eyes, and at least in some human eyes, contraction of the ciliary muscle causes unfolding of the trabecular meshwork, not so much through the movement of the scleral spur as by movement of the interconnecting trabecular beams and fibers.
(18) "If what you're looking for is somebody who understands of the inner working of the banking system domestically, but at the same time its interconnections globally, and what has to be done globally, I think you've got a very, very strong person," said Martin.
(19) Dilated, triangular cisterns are often seen at the points of interconnections between longitudinal and transverse elements.
(20) According to the model, the network of the antigenic interconnections is determined by the specific combinatorial sets of antigenic determinants, some of them being serotype-specific and the others being common to certain other avian PMV serotypes.
(n.) Mutual or reciprocal relation; correlation.
(1) Regressional analysis of relations between loads and the level of inbreeding in the Adyg population showed the explicit interrelation between the load of autosomal-dominant diseases and the Fst correlation coefficient being 0.89.
(2) However, it should be stressed that none of these mechanisms is mutually exclusive; indeed, the enormous complexity of tumor promotion suggests that several of the mechanisms discussed above may very well be interrelated.
(3) The data collected by several approaches reveal that assembly and maturation of vaccinia involves a tightly coupled sequence of interrelated events including the assembly of the envelope, post-translational cleavage of several virion polypeptides, and induction of the core enzymes.
(4) One hundred and twenty five patients with non-specific lung diseases were exa mined with a view to the relation and interrelations between lung ventilation, acid base equilibrium and lipopectic lung function.
(5) The article reviews practical aspects of tissue fixation and embedding protocols as well as methodologic aspects of the protein A-gold technique; careful control of these interrelated factors is the prerequisite for successful application.
(6) Experimental infection with isolated strains of a similar plasmid profile is simulated, interrelation between the presence of plasmids and ability of the strain to induce generalized Klebsiella infection is shown.
(7) These results confirmed our general hypothesis on the dynamic interrelation between membrane lipids and membrane protein receptors, and they indicate that the widely accepted term "membrane fluidity" requires better consideration for different membrane components.
(8) The complex immunological relationships between schistosomes and their vertebrate hosts are considered to be conveniently divisible into four distinct, though interrelated categories: the parasite's vulnerability to, its evasion of, and its exploitation of the host's immune response, and its stimulation of the host's immune response to produce immunopathology.
(9) Both phenomena are interrelated: disintegration of systems releases its component functional structures from inhibition, and the uncontrolled activity of the disinhibited (hyperactive) functional structures leads further disintegration.
(10) The development of a child affected by prenatal exposure to drugs and alcohol is best understood through a multifactorial model consisting of interrelated prenatal and postnatal factors.
(11) These theories are considered and formulated in interrelated contexts of force, excitation, time, organization, and adaptation.
(12) Assessment of the interrelations among physical activity, diet, and colon cancer suggests that physical activity modifies colon cancer risk associated with diet.
(13) It is known that many of the circulatory variables are interrelated and that some are clearly related to other circadian rhythms.
(14) However, in spite of these similarities, they differentially stimulate estrogenic responses that were previously thought to be interrelated and obligatory for full estrogenic action.
(15) The presumed interrelation between early rearing conditions and the neurobiological status of the infant that might lead to increased risk for despair is not understood.
(16) The rise in frontal DP levels and decrease in late VEP components were interrelated in AD patients.
(17) Studies in which B27 was found more frequently in each of these groups confirm the interrelation and suggest a genetic predisposition with a gene related to B27.
(18) Interrelations between organic, psychogenic and functional disorders are under discussion.
(19) Consistent with theory, the components of defensiveness were interrelated.
(20) A definite inverse interrelation between the brain and the kidney renin-angiotensin systems was established.