Dermal

Some articles on dermal:

Chromatophore - Pigment Translocation
... However, in animals with thick dermal layers, such as adult reptiles, dermal melanophores often form three-dimensional units with other chromatophores ... These dermal chromatophore units (DCU) consist of an uppermost xanthophore or erythrophore layer, then an iridophore layer, and finally a basket-like melanophore layer with processes covering ... Both types of dermal melanophores are important in physiological colour change ...
Focal Dermal Hypoplasia
... Focal dermal hypoplasia (also known as "Goltz syndrome") is a form of ectodermal dysplasia ... The differential diagnosis of focal dermal hypoplasia (Goltz) syndrome includes autosomal recessive Setleis syndrome due to TWIST2 gene mutations a syndrome of focal dermal hypoplasia, morning glory anomaly, and ...
Dermal Cylindroma - Additional Images
... Micrograph of dermal cylindroma in H E stain Dermal cylindroma ... Puzzle-like distribution of tumour foci Dermal cylindroma ... Hyaline droplets visible in lobules Dermal cylindroma, micronodular type ...
Nevus Cell
... Dermal nevus cells can be further classified type A (epithelioid) dermal nevus cells mature into type B (lymphocytoid) dermal nevus cells which mature further into type C (neuroid) dermal nevus ...
Shark - Anatomy - Dermal Denticles
... Unlike bony fish, sharks have a complex dermal corset made of flexible collagenous fibers and arranged as a helical network surrounding their body ... Their dermal teeth give them hydrodynamic advantages as they reduce turbulence when swimming ...

More definitions of "dermal":

  • (adj): Of or relating to or located in the dermis.
    Synonyms: dermic