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Definition of Marginated

Marginated
Marginated Mar"gin*a`ted, a. Same as Marginate, a.

Meaning of Marginated from wikipedia

- the largest European tortoise. The marginated tortoise is herbivorous, and hibernates for the winter. The marginated tortoise was formally described by...
- leukocyte extravasation Marginate conch (Margistrombus marginatus), a sea snail species found in the Andaman Sea Marginated damsel (Dascyllus marginatus)...
- tortoise (Testudo hermanni), the Egyptian tortoise (Testudo kleinmanni), the marginated tortoise (Testudo marginata), and the Russian tortoise (Agrionemys horsfieldii)...
- Dascyllus marginatus (marginate dascyllus or Red Sea dascyllus) is a damselfish from the Western Indian Ocean. It occasionally makes its way into the...
- have the same effect as cortisol and adrenaline (epinephrine), causing marginated neutrophils to enter the blood stream. A neutrophilia might also be the...
- graeca zarudnyi Egyptian tortoise or Kleinmann's tortoise, T. kleinmanni Marginated tortoise, T. marginata †Testudo brevitesta The first two are more distinct...
- but the pattern of the rash is much more well cir****scribed and sharply marginated than the rash of cellulitis. This disease is most common among the elderly...
- different approaches to be between 5 and 135 hours. Upon activation, they marginate (position themselves adjacent to the blood vessel endothelium) and undergo...
- kleinmanni, Egyptian tortoise, including Negev tortoise Testudo marginata, marginated tortoise In Hinduism, Kurma (Sanskrit: कुर्म) was the second Avatar of...
- is a cutaneous condition most frequently characterized by a purplish marginated swelling on the hands. The eponym Rosenbach's disease is in reference...
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