columnar

Aggregate defining a mineral which has parallel, slender, compact, adjoining crystals.
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Columnar

In biology, columnar refers to the shape of epithelial cells that are taller than they are wide. Form follows function in biology, and columnar morphorphology hints at the functions of the cell. Columnar cells are important in absorption and movement of mucus. The cells may or may not bear microvilli (involved in maximizing the surface area for in...
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Columnar

• (a.) Formed in columns; having the form of a column or columns; like the shaft of a column.
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Columnar

Co·lum'·nar adjective [ Latin columnaris , from columna .] Formed in columns; having the form of a column or columns; like the shaft of a column. Columnar epithelium (Anat.) , epithelium in which the cells are prismatic in form, and set upright on the surface they cov...
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columnar

A graphic representation, in the form of one or more vertical column(s), of the vertical succession and stratigraphic relations of rock units in a region.
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columnar

shaped like a column.
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columnar

[adj] - characterized by columns
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