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  • adv. In an apical manner or direction; towards an apex.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • At the apex or tip.


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apical +‎ -ly


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  • Additionally, polarized ectocervical and colorectal explant cultures were treated apically with either gel.

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  • All tissues were challenged with HIV-1 applied apically.

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  • Cdx2 expression, and Erk2 is apically localized in the 8-cell embryo; this suggests an early role for Ras-MAPK signaling in specification of TE A schematic of trophectoderm specification in vitro and In the developing mouse embryo, the trophectoderm is segregated from the inner cell mass between the morula and blastocyst stages of development.

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  • Zoospores ovate, apically bicUiate, escaping by a usually terminal mouth at the apex of a distinct papilla, and swarm - ing separately; after encystment germinating without a second swarming stage, i. e., monoplanetic.

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