Definition of Rhabdomere. Meaning of Rhabdomere. Synonyms of Rhabdomere

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Definition of Rhabdomere

Rhabdomere
Rhabdomere Rhab"do*mere, n. [Rhabdom + -mere.] (Zo["o]l.) One of the several parts composing a rhabdom.

Meaning of Rhabdomere from wikipedia

- bundle (usually consisting of 6–9 axons, depending on the number of rhabdomeres) and provides the brain with one picture element. The brain forms an...
- ommatidium contains 8 photoreceptor cells each of which forms a rhabdomere (7 and 8 rhabdomere are overlapping therefore, only 7 are visible at any given plain...
- main sections, the cell body and the rhabdomere. The cell body contains the nucleus, while the 100-μm-long rhabdomere is made up of toothbrush-like stacks...
- differences between the prin****l and secondary eyes are that the latter have rhabdomeres that point away from incoming light, just like in vertebrates, while...
- contains a half-circle of one type of rhabdomere, while the center is pigmented and contains two types of rhabdomeres. These spiders also have a "giant rhabdom"...
- antidromically up the rhabdomeres. This technique revealed that male dorsal eyes have smaller interommatidial angles and different rhabdomere arrangements than...
- areas from which membranous organelles of conceivable size (rhabdomeres) extend. Rhabdomeres have tiny microvilli (tiny tubes extending out of the retinula)...
- Rhabdomeric opsins are attached to light-gathering organelles called rhabdomeres. This cl****ification cuts across phylogenetic categories (clades) so...
- componentintegral component of membranephotoreceptor outer segmentrhabdomeremembraneintegral component of plasma membraneplasma membrane •...
- band of sensory bristles lies over the head and neck. The arrow worm rhabdomeres are derived from microtubules 20 nm long and 50 nm wide, which in turn...
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