basal

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Relating to, or forming, the base, or point of origin
In a phylogenetic tree, being a group, or member of a group, which diverged earlier

A magnolia is a basal angiosperm.

Any basal structure or part
serving as or forming a base; "the painter applied a base coat followed by two finishing coats"
At the base of the plant
At the base or bottom of; generally used in reference to leaves
Growing from the base
serving as or forming a base; "the painter applied a base coat followed by two finishing coats
A collection of student texts and workbooks, teacher's manuals, and supplemental materials for developmental instruction; used chiefly in elementary and middle school grades; i e , a basal reading program
referring to the base of a plant
especially of leaves; located at the base of a plant or stem; especially arising directly from the root or rootstock or a root-like stem; "basal placentation"; "radical leaves"
In a phylogenetic tree, being a group, or member of a group, which diverged early
In plants that form rosettes, the basal leaves are those that arise directly from the crown of the plant, and which often differ from leaves arising from the stem
several leaves or stems arising from a base point
of primary importance; "basic truths" serving as or forming a base; "the painter applied a base coat followed by two finishing coats
Towards the base of the wing
Lowest part of a plant or stem
(when referring to plants) leaves that originate and attach at the base of the plant Mesa Plant Slides 
referring to the base, or near the base, of a structure
Relating to, or forming, the base
refers to the base or lowest level
Originating from the base Berry - A fleshy indehisent pulpy, succulent fruit with immersed seeds Bipinnate - Doubly or twice pinnate (Bipinnately compound) Blade - The broad, flat part of a leaf Bract - Modified leaf, generally associated with an inflorescence Bracts may resemble normal leaves or be reduced and scalelike in appearance; they are sometimes large and brightly colored
= located at the basis, referring to the base
At the base of organ or structure
toward the base
Of, relating to, located at, or forming a base
Basal means relating to or forming the base of something. the basal layer of the skin
{s} of the base, at or forming the base
of primary importance; "basic truths"
fundamental
basal annulus
Describes a mushroom with an annulus located near the bottom of the stem
basal bodies
plural form of basal body
basal body
A cellular organelle, similar to a centriole, associated with the formation of cilia and flagella
basal bristle
A small feather located at the base of a bird's bill that has little or no vane
basal dicot
A dicotyledon that is not part of the monocots
basal ganglia
plural form of basal ganglion
basal ganglion
Any of a group of nuclei in the brain interconnected with the cerebral cortex, thalamus and brainstem
basal metabolic rate
The amount of energy expended while at rest in a neutrally temperate environment, in the post-absorptive state
basal metabolic rates
plural form of basal metabolic rate
basal tomentum
The mycelium at the base of a mushroom's stem
basal tubercle
A fleshy mass of tissue located at the junction of the a mushroom and its substrate
Basal cell carcinoma
{i} BCC, common form of skin cancer malignant tumor (usually doesn't metastasizes) in which the cancer cells look like the basal cells of the epidermis and is found on the face and neck where the skin is exposed to ultraviolet sunlight (it appears as a bleeding or scabbing sore that does not heal)
basal body
A cellular organelle associated with the formation of cilia and flagella and similar to the centriole in structure. Also called basal granule, kinetosome
basal body temperature
body temperature in the morning before rising or moving about or eating anything
basal body temperature
{i} body temperature in the morning before getting out of bed or before eating anything
basal body temperature method of family planning
natural family planning in which the fertile period of the woman's menstrual cycle is inferred by noting the rise in basal body temperature that typically occurs with ovulation
basal cell
{i} (Pathology) small and round cell at the base of the epidermis, cell found in the deepest layer of the epidermis, basilar cell
basal cell
A relatively undifferentiated cell in an epithelial sheet that forms more specialized cells
basal cell
A type of cell found in the deepest layer of the epithelium
basal cell
Small, round cell found in the lower part, or base, of the epidermis, the outer layer of the skin
basal cell
a skin cell located in one of the innermost layers of the skin
basal ganglia
Groups of cerebral nuclei that play a role in the control and production of movement
basal ganglia
a network of brain structures that are involved in movement control
basal ganglia
An interconnected group of three forebrain nuclei involved in motor control The three nuclei are the caudate nucleus, the putamen, and the globus pallidus
basal ganglia
A group of nuclei in the fore brain that regular body movements
basal ganglia
Groups of cells in the grey matter of each half of the brain which coordinate automatic movements It comprises various specialised groups of cells, or nuclei, such as the globus pallidus and the substantia nigra
basal ganglia
involved primarily in the control of motor activity, and deficits in this area are significant in movement disorders such as parkinsonianism and Huntington’s chorea Components of the basal ganglia include the caudate nucleus, putamen, globus pallidus, lentiform nucleus, substantia nigra and others
basal ganglia
a group of deep gray matter nuclei within the brain which include the caudate and lentiform nuclei and putamen
basal ganglia
a collection of clusters deep within the cerebrum which plays an important role in producing smooth continous muscular actions and starting and stopping movement
basal ganglia
a collective name for a set of structures located around the thalamus, also known as the putamen and globus pallidus, that are part of the motor control mechanism of the brain
basal ganglia
Clusters of neurons that lie beneath the hemispheres of the cerebrum, they are associated with "initiation, smoothness, and precision of movement, and are responsible for the automatic movements we make without thinking "(Restak, 16) For more information, see these links
basal ganglia
A group of nerve cells located at the base of the brain It is composed of the putamen, caudate, globus pallidus, and substantia nigra These nerve cells participate in the regulation of motor performance (Singular form: basal ganglion )
basal ganglia
The large, complex set of brain structures involved in generating movements, in some cognitive functions, and in some emotional and motivational activities The basal ganglia and the cerebral cortex work together to refine movements, thoughts, and feelings
basal ganglion
any of several masses of subcortical gray matter at the base of each cerebral hemisphere that seem to be involved in the regulation of voluntary movement
basal ganglion
Any of several masses of gray matter embedded in the cerebral hemispheres that are involved in the regulation of voluntary movement. Also called basal nucleus
basal lamina
a term used to describe the different layers which make up the basement membrane These different layers of the basement membrane, the lamina lucida and lamina densa are only visible with electron microscopy Into the lamina dense collagen fibres of the lamina propria are anchored And on the epithelial side are anchored bundles of tonofilaments from the hemi-desmosomes which anchor the basal epithelial cells to the basement membrane
basal lamina
A proteoglycan and glycoprotein sheet secreted by cells to form the extracellular matrix The basal lamina, also called the basement membrane, is a three-layer structure that influences cell polarity, differentiation, and migration
basal metabolic rate
the rate at which heat is produced by an individual in a resting state
basal metabolic rate
The rate at which energy is used by an organism at complete rest, measured in humans by the heat given off per unit time, and expressed as the calories released per kilogram of body weight or per square meter of body surface per hour
basal metabolism
The minimum amount of energy required to maintain vital functions in an organism at complete rest, measured by the basal metabolic rate in a fasting individual who is awake and resting in a comfortably warm environment
basal metabolism
the amount of energy required to maintain the body of an individual in a resting state
basal placentation
where one or few ovules develop at the base of a simple or compound ovary
basal rate
Refers to a continuous supply of low levels of insulin, as in insulin pump therapy
basal rate
a steady trickle of low levels of longer-acting insulin, such as that used in insulin pumps
basal reader
A textbook compiled to teach people, especially young children, to read
basal vein
a large vein passing along the medial surface of the temporal lobe and emptying into the great cerebral vein
basally
In a basal manner
basally
fundamentally; at rest (Physiology)
basal

    الواصلة

    ba·sal

    التركية النطق

    beysıl

    النطق

    /ˈbāsəl/ /ˈbeɪsəl/

    علم أصول الكلمات

    [ 'bA-s&l, -z&l ] (adjective.) 1645. base +‎ -al

    كلمة اليوم

    footle
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