microvilli

<cell biology> Minute projections of cell membranes which greatly increase the surface area of the cell. ... (12 Dec 1998) ...
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microvilli

(from the article `flatworm`) The surface of tapeworms and monogeneans is drawn out into spinelike structures called microtriches, or microvilli. The microtriches probably help to ... [5 related articles]
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microvilli

(mi;kro-vil;i) Microscopic hairlike projections of cell membranes on certain epithelial cells.
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Microvilli

Hair-like projections on the surface of the epithelial cells of the villi in the small intestine; in
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microvilli

Thin fingerlike protrusions from the surface of a cell, often used to increase absorptive capacity or to trap food particles. The 'collar' of choanoflagellates is actually composed of closely spaced microvilli.
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