Definition of Reticula. Meaning of Reticula. Synonyms of Reticula

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Definition of Reticula

Reticula
Reticulum Re*tic"u*lum, n.;pl. Reticula. [L. dim. of rete a net.] (Anat.) (a) The second stomach of ruminants, in which folds of the mucous membrane form hexagonal cells; -- also called the honeycomb stomach. (b) The neuroglia.

Meaning of Reticula from wikipedia

- The endoplasmic reticulum (ER) is, in essence, the transportation system of the eukaryotic cell, and has many other important functions such as protein...
- The stellate reticulum is a group of cells located in the center of the enamel organ of a developing tooth. These cells are star-shaped and synthesize...
- cells in a muscle, letting calcium ions out from the cells' sarcoplasmic reticula (SR), which are storage areas for calcium. The released calcium lets myofibrils...
- chronic heart failure lack well developed and fully functioning sarcoplasmic reticula and must rely on the Na/Ca exchanger to provide all or a majority of the...
- in the corpus luteum develop extensive intracellular smooth endoplasmic reticula that form large amounts of the female **** hormones progesterone and estrogen...
- techno sounds, accompanied by the revival of his old electro moniker Zeta Reticula. To power-up his label he started to release the majority of his music...
- ability of the cell to pump calcium into the sarcoplasmic and endoplasmic reticula. Store-depletion can secondarily activate plasma membrane calcium channels...
- which are intracellular pumps located in the sarcoplasmic or endoplasmic reticula of muscle cells. This enzyme catalyzes the hydrolysis of ATP coupled with...
- the myocyte, which is continuous within the cell membrane. Sarcoplasmic reticula are membranous bags that transverse tubules touch but remain separate from...
- surrounded by a single lipid bilayer (such as the plasma membrane, endoplasmic reticula, Golgi apparatus and lysosomes). See Organelle. Prokaryotes have only one...