Definition of Fenestrated. Meaning of Fenestrated. Synonyms of Fenestrated

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Definition of Fenestrated

Fenestrated
Fenestrated Fe*nes"tra*ted, a. 1. (Arch.) Having windows; characterized by windows. 2. Same as Fenestrate.

Meaning of Fenestrated from wikipedia

- system. These capillaries are a constituent of the blood–brain barrier. Fenestrated capillaries have pores known as fenestrae (Latin for "windows") in the...
- fenestra ovalis. In microanatomy, fenestrae are found in endothelium of fenestrated capillaries, enabling the rapid exchange of molecules between the blood...
- Fenestration may refer to: Fenestration (architecture), the design, construction, or presence of openings in a building Used in relation to fenestra in...
- perforations may be seen, giving it a fenestrated appearance. It was therefore called by Henle the fenestrated membrane. This membrane forms the chief...
- Perforate leaves, sometimes called fenestrate, occur naturally in some species of plants. Holes develop as a leaf grows. The size, shape, and quantity...
- where the renal arteries are too close to the aneurysm, the custom-made fenestrated graft stent is now an accepted alternative to doing open surgery.[citation...
- capillary, discontinuous capillary or sinusoid, that is similar to a fenestrated capillary, having discontinuous endothelium that serves as a location...
- a non-fenestrated endothelium that contains a facilitated transport for urea; the ascending vasa recta have, on the other hand, a fenestrated endothelium...
- common Monstera deliciosa the plant has green foliage that becomes highly fenestrated when mature, though both immature and mature leaves are less heart shaped...
- obliqua is particularly known for its foliage, which is often highly fenestrated, to the point where there is more empty space than leaf. Quite expensive...