Hyaline

Transparent, colourless.

hyaline

Clear, transparent, granule-free; as for example hyaline cartilage and the hyaline zone at the front of a moving amoeba.

Hyaline

A hyaline substance is one with a glassy appearance. The word is derived from ὑάλινος transparent and ὕαλος crystal, glass. ==Histopathology== In histopathological medical usage, a hyaline substance appears glassy and pink after being stained with haematoxylin and eosin — usually it is an acellular, proteinaceous material. An examp...
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hyaline

transparent, like glass.
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hyaline

(hi´ә-lēn) glassy and translucent.
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hyaline

[adj] - resembling glass in transparency or translucency 2. [n] - a glassy translucent material that occurs in hyaline cartilage or in certain skin conditions
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Hyaline

• (n.) The pellucid substance, present in cells in process of development, from which, according to some embryologists, the cell nucleous originates. • (n.) A poetic term for the sea or the atmosphere. • (n.) The main constituent of the walls of hydatid cysts; a nitrogenous body, which, by decomposition, yields a dextrogyrate sugar, ...
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hyaline

<cell biology> Clear, transparent, granule free, as for example hyaline cartilage and the hyaline zone at the front of a moving amoeba. ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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hyaline

hyaloid adjective resembling glass in transparency or translucency; `the morning is as clear as diamond or as hyaline`-Sacheverell Sitwell
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Hyaline

Hy'a·line adjective [ Latin hyalinus , Greek ..., from 'y`alos glass: confer French hyalin .] Glassy; resembling glass; consisting of glass; transparent, like crystal. ' Hyaline spaces.' Carpenter.
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Hyaline

Hy'a·line noun 1. A poetic term for the sea or the atmosphere. 'The clear hyaline , the glassy sea.' Milton. « Our blood runs amazed 'neath the calm hyaline Mrs. Browning. 2. (Biol.) The pellucid substance, present in cells in proc...
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hyaline

adjective, Greek hyalos = glassy.
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Hyaline

Clear and colourless, like the wings of most dragonflies.
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hyaline

colourless, translucent.
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hyaline

glassy or transparent
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hyaline

glassy, of or like glass, transparent
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hyaline

hyaline 1. Resembling glass, as in translucence or transparency; glassy. 2. Clear, translucent, and containing no fibers or granular material.
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Hyaline

Thin and translucent or transparent.
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Hyaline

thin, translucent or transparent
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Hyaline

translucent or transparent
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Hyaline

translucent or transparent
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hyaline

Translucent or transparent.
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hyaline

translucent; usually delicately membranous and colourless.
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Hyaline

transparent or transluscent
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Hyaline

transparent or transluscent
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