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*  List of MeSH codes (A09)
... hair cells, inner MeSH A09.246.631.246.577.325.380 --- hair cells, outer MeSH A09.246.631.246.577.543 --- labyrinth supporting ... retinal bipolar cells MeSH A09.371.729.765 --- retinal ganglion cells MeSH A09.371.729.775 --- retinal horizontal cells MeSH ... hair cells, vestibular MeSH A09.246.631.909 --- vestibule of the ear MeSH A09.246.631.909.551 --- oval window MeSH A09.246. ... amacrine cells MeSH A09.371.729.055 --- blood-retinal barrier MeSH A09.371.729.313 --- fundus oculi MeSH A09.371.729.522 --- ...
*  Dark cell
Takumida, M (1999). "Vestibular Dark Cells and Supporting Cells". Science Links Japan. Retrieved 8 August 2013. [permanent dead ... Kimura RS (June 1969). "Distribution, structure, and function of dark cells in the vestibular labyrinth". Ann. Otol. Rhinol. ... The dark cell epithelium consists of cells with a multitude of pinocytotic vesicles near their luminal surface. A numerable ... Dark cells are specialized nonsensory epithelial cells found on either side of the vestibular organs, and lining the ...
*  Telecinco Cinema
One of the guiding principles of the company is both betting on projects supported by acclaimed filmmakers in the industry, but ... and Cell 211 (Daniel Monzón), the highest grossing titles of the 2009 Spanish box office, who won together fifteen Goya Awards ... including Guillermo del Toro's Pan's Labyrinth (three Academy Awards); J. A. Bayona's The Orphanage, which took 80 million USD ...
*  Auditory system
... which is what elicits the hair cells' electrical responses. Inner hair cells, like the photoreceptor cells of the eye, show a ... The other two sections are known as the scala tympani and the scala vestibuli; these are located within the bony labyrinth, ... In some species, such as bats and dolphins, the relationship is expanded in specific areas to support their active sonar ... Hair cells are columnar cells, each with a bundle of 100-200 specialized cilia at the top, for which they are named. There are ...
*  Inner ear
Pillar cells are found in the organ of Corti and act as supporting cells for hair cells. They are divided into two types: inner ... The labyrinth can be divided by layer or by region. The bony labyrinth, or osseous labyrinth, is the network of passages with ... Among these are hair cells, pillar cells, Boettcher's cells, Claudius' cells and Deiters' cells (phalangeal cells). The hair ... Like Boettcher's cells they are considered supporting cells for the auditory hair cells in the organ of Corti. They contain a ...
*  Semicircular canals
Within the ampulla is a mound of hair cells and supporting cells called crista ampullaris. These hair cells have many ... Transverse section through head of fetal sheep, in the region of the labyrinth. X 30. Position of the right bony labyrinth of ... As with macular hair cells, hair cells of the crista ampullaris will depolarise when the stereocilia deflect towards the ... The posterior canal is part of the bony labyrinth and is used by the vestibular system to detect rotations of the head in the ...
*  Otic vesicle
Prosensory sub-domain eventually gives rise to the support cells and hair cells while the neurogenic sub-domain gives rise to ... It is part of the neural ectoderm, which will develop into the membranous labyrinth of the inner ear. This labyrinth is a ... Lateral views of membranous labyrinth and acoustic complex. X 25 dia. Median views of membranous labyrinth and acoustic complex ... Neural crest cells will migrate rostral and caudal to the placode. The general sequence in formation of the otic vesicle is ...
*  Factory model school
Long, labyrinth-like corridors are not conducive to safety and security. Society, the workplace, and technology changed ... These were not true replicas of Crow Island in layout or in the educational style they supported, but only superficially in ... Retrieved 2016-03-26 Liberated Spaces: Purposeful School Design Says Goodbye to Cells and Bells, Jennifer Lewington, in ... It was designed to support a progressive education and personalized model while also using aesthetics and forms that would soon ...
*  Cochlea
Importantly, gap junction channels are found between cochlear supporting cells, but not auditory hair cells. In 2009, engineers ... Right osseous labyrinth. Lateral view. Interior of right osseous labyrinth. The cochlea and vestibule, viewed from above. Cross ... For one, the tall hair cell is very similar in function to that of the inner hair cell, and the short hair cell, lacking ... Three rows consist of outer hair cells (OHCs) and one row consists of inner hair cells (IHCs). The inner hair cells provide the ...
*  Lab-on-a-chip
Sub-micrometre and nano-sized channels, DNA labyrinths, single cell detection and analysis, and nano-sensors, might become ... A big boost in research support also came from the military, especially from DARPA (Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency ... Ryan S. Pawell, David W. Inglis, Tracie J. Barber, and Robert A. Taylor, Manufacturing and wetting low-cost microfluidic cell ... Biotechnology portal Molecular and cellular biology portal Biochemical assays Dielectrophoresis: detection of cancer cells and ...
*  Backwaters (management festival)
... and corporate sponsorship and support. The Industry Interaction Cell is in charge of Horizons- The Management Conclave which is ... Labyrinth is the online treasure hunt event of Backwaters. With over 3 million hits in its previous avatar, Labyrinth is one of ... By having multiple paths to the final destination, Labyrinth introduces loops, dead ends and turnarounds to turn the sequential ...
*  Glastonbury Tor
A labyrinth would very likely place the terraces in the Neolithic era, but given the amount of occupation since then, there may ... Associated monk cells have also been identified. St Michael's Church was destroyed by an earthquake on 11 September 1275. ... had three concentric rings of banks and ditches supporting an 18-hectare (44-acre) enclosure. By contrast, the Tor has seven ... In a more recent book, Hutton writes that "the labyrinth does not seem to be an ancient sacred structure". Some Neolithic flint ...
*  Scientific theory
... or that living things are not made of cells (cell theory), that matter is not composed of atoms, or that the surface of the ... Such fact-supported theories are not "guesses" but reliable accounts of the real world. The theory of biological evolution is ... one is wandering around in a dark labyrinth. The book metaphor could also be applied in the following passage, by the ... Theories are supported by evidence from many different sources, and may contain one or several laws. A common misconception is ...
*  Alhambra
The columns supporting the roof and gallery are irregularly placed. They are adorned by varieties of foliage, etc.; about each ... The palace and the Upper Alhambra also contain baths, rows of bedrooms and summer-rooms, a whispering gallery and labyrinth, ... a dome honeycombed with tiny cells, all different, and said to number 5000 - is an example of the "stalactite vaulting" of the ... In the centre of the court is the Fountain of the Lions, an alabaster basin supported by the figures of twelve lions in white ...
*  Moussa Koussa
... as well as French Intelligence Services for unraveling a labyrinth of Islamic radical and fundamentalist cells and movements in ... Instead, the organization in the West became widely known as a source of training, funding and supporting revolutionary groups ...
*  Elephant Theatre Company
2011 Supporting Female Performance, Winner, ''''''''''Agatha Nowicki' "Parasite Drag": 2011 LA Weekly Awards Supporting Male ... Holding Cell and Princess and the Peon in addition to published works and restagings that include, Search and Destroy, ... with New York City's LAByrinth Theater Company) written by: Kristina Poe Directed by: David Fofi June, 2011 100 Saints You ... Supporting Actor, Tim Starks "In Arabia We'd All Be Kings" Garland Awards. Best Ensemble Nominee, " One World" by Robert J. ...
*  Fish anatomy
They function to move, support, and protect the various organs of the body, produce red and white blood cells and store ... The labyrinth organ of Anabantoidei and Clariidae is used to allow the fish to extract oxygen from the air. Gill rakers are ... The tubules are lined with a layer of cells (germ cells) that from puberty into old age, develop into sperm cells (also known ... Mauthner cells are not the only identified neurons in fish-there are about 20 more types, including pairs of "Mauthner cell ...
*  Vestibulospinal tract
The vestibular system is able to respond correctly by recording sensory information from hairs cells in the labyrinth of the ... Unlike the lateral vestibulospinal tract, the medial vestibulospinal tract innervates muscles that support the head. As a ... This is seen in anterior (ventral) horn cells or certain cranial nerve nuclei. Whereas the extrapyramidal system centers around ... and change the position of the limbs and head with the goal of supporting posture and maintaining balance of the body and head ...
*  Balance disorder
... are useful for their ability to affect the hair cells of the balance system. Gentamicin also can affect the hair cells of the ... Other projects supported by the NIDCD include studies of the genes essential to normal development and function in the ... are working to understand the various balance disorders and the complex interactions between the labyrinth, other balance- ... The hair cells of the otolithic organs are blanketed with a jelly-like layer studded with tiny calcium stones called otoconia. ...
*  Larry Miller (artist)
"The Flux-Labyrinth was essentially a giant Fluxbox. Because when we did it we were trying to engage all these aspects of ... Larry Miller's work has been supported by the New York State Foundation for the Arts, Creative Artists Program and the National ... each with a vial of his own blood or other cells, and offers to license, for a price and one-time-only use, the genes that ... "The fundamental idea behind the Flux-Labyrinth is Maciunas was taking that essential idea of the puzzle of consciousness... and ...
*  Nasal cavity
Olfactory mucosal cell types include bipolar neurons, supporting (sustentacular) cells, basal cells, and Bowman's glands. The ... the labyrinth of ethmoid and the inferior concha. The paranasal sinuses are connected to the nasal cavity through small ...
*  Teleost
They obtained well-resolved phylogenies with strong support for the nodes (so, the pattern of branching shown is likely to be ... The anabantoids have developed an accessory breathing structure known as the labyrinth organ on the first gill arch and this is ... In the roach, river pollution has caused the intersex condition, in which an individual's gonads contain both cells that can ... These currents are produced by modified muscle or nerve cells. Teleosts are found worldwide and in most aquatic environments, ...
*  Common octopus
... due to the interlocking labyrinth of the basal lamina creating a crosscurrent activity similar to the mitochondrial rich cells ... chlorine and calcium similar to that of the salt water supporting the idea that Octopus vulgaris does not osmoregulate, but ... The two kinds of cells are the lacuna forming cells and the epithelial cells that are typical to kidney tubules. The epithelia ... The lacuna forming cells are characterized by contact to the basal lamina, but not reaching the apical rim of the associated ...
*  Ménière's disease
Symptoms are believed to occur as the result of increased fluid build up in the labyrinth of the inner ear. Diagnosis is based ... Evidence does not support the use of alternative medicine such as acupuncture or herbal supplements. Ménière's disease usually ... which can lead to temporary dysfunction and even to death of the sensory cells, which in turn can cause the typical symptoms of ... The use of tympanostomy tubes, while popular, is not supported. Ménière's disease was first identified in the early 1800s by ...
*  Viroid
They require RNA polymerase II, a host cell enzyme normally associated with synthesis of messenger RNA from DNA, which instead ... authors = Daròs JA, Elena SF, Flores R , title = "Viroids: an Ariadne's thread into the RNA labyrinth." , journal = Embo Rep ... in which the authors summarized Diener's evidence supporting his hypothesis (see above). In the same year, New York Times ... The presence, in extant cells, of RNAs with molecular properties predicted for RNAs of the RNA World constitutes another ...
*  Vaglass
Jay, acting as support to him in his hijacked Beet Buster form. It is made up of parts of previously destroyed Metaloids, and ... He is used to infect humans with a Metal Cells to turn them into obedient slaves. Needloid is destroyed by Red Buster and ... to use the Living Body Program Research Institute's camera system to project fake walls to turn the complex into a labyrinth so ... After Red Buster destroys Messiah while the others destroy Messiah Cell, an angry Escape flees and resurfaces after learning of ...