Synonyms for villi or Related words with villi

villus              crypts              villous              lobules              cytotrophoblasts              acini              ductules              decidua              tubules              organoids              trophoblasts              seminiferous              glomeruli              mesenchyme              syncytiotrophoblast              microvilli              myometrium              papilla              parenchyma              enterocytes              epididymis              mesonephros              glandular              cilia              microvessels              papillae              urothelium              pronephros              endometrium              mesonephric              tubule              podocytes              hindgut              stroma              lobule              gonads              malpighian              follicles              cytotrophoblast              enterocyte              mesentery              epithelium              antral              ductuli              primordium              canaliculi              omentum              acinus              chondroid              colonocytes             



Examples of "villi"
Arachnoid villi, which are outgrowths of the arachnoid mater (the middle meningeal layer), extend into the venous sinuses to drain CSF. These villi act as one-way valves.
Blood is carried to the villi by the paired umbilical arteries, which branch into chorionic arteries and enter the chorionic villi as cotyledon arteries. After circulating through the capillaries of the villi, the blood is returned to the embryo by the umbilical vein. Until about the end of the second month of pregnancy, the villi cover the entire chorion, and are almost uniform in size; but, after this, they develop unequally.
As per Hindu legend, the land around Srivilliputhur was under the rule of Queen Malli. The queen had two sons called Villi and Kandan. While the two were hunting in a forest, a tiger killed Kandan. Unaware of this, Villi searched for his brother, got tired and fell asleep. In his dream, divinity narrated to him what happened to his brother. By divine orders, Villi founded a city. The city is originally named after its founder, Villi forming the word Sri-Villi-Puthur. Srivilliputtur is known by other names such as Varaha kshetram, Thenpuduvai, Vadeswarapuram, Vadamahadamapuram, Shenbagaranya kshetram, Vikrama chola chaturvedhi mangalam, and Sridhanvipuri.
Villi Bossi (born 8 November 1939) is an Italian sculptor.
They are an essential element in pregnancy from a histomorphologic perspective, and are, by definition, a product of conception. Branches of the umbilical arteries carry embryonic blood to the villi. After circulating through the capillaries of the villi, blood returns to the embryo through the umbilical vein. Thus, villi are part of the border between maternal and fetal blood during pregnancy.
Villus (Latin: "shaggy hair", plural villi) may refer to:
Sucrase is secreted by the tips of the villi of the epithelium in the small intestine. Its levels are reduced in response to villi-blunting events such as celiac sprue and the inflammation associated with the disorder. The levels increase in pregnancy, lactation, and diabetes as the villi hypertrophy.
The bulk of the villi consist of connective tissues that contain blood vessels. Most of the cells in the connective tissue core of the villi are fibroblasts. Macrophages known as Hofbauer cells are also present.
Placental villous immaturity, as the name implies, is characterized by chorionic villi that are inappropriately developed for the gestational age. The development and maturation of chorionic villi is essential for normal fetal development.
Villi plays one half of the titular character in the Alan Wake franchise of video games. In the role, Villi played the character during live action sequences, and also provided the model, motion capture, and facial expression capture for Wake.
As per historical legend, the land around Srivilliputhur was under the rule of Queen Malli. The queen had two sons called Villi and Kandan. While the two were hunting in a forest, a tiger killed Kandan. Unaware of this, Villi searched for his brother, got tired and fell asleep. In his dream, divinity narrated to him what happened to his brother. By divine orders, Villi founded a city. The city is originally named after its founder, Villi forming the word Sri-Villi-Puthur. "Thiru" is the Tamil salutation and an alternative to Sanskrit word "Sri" and that is why Srivilliputhur is also called as a Thiruvilliputhur. As per another legend, the town is called the town of the bowman from the Tamil word "villi" meaning bow.
In 1884, he conducted the premiere of the revised version of Puccini's opera "Le Villi".
Olga Villi (20 January 1922 – 12 August 1989), was an Italian model and actress.
SN 2006F was the 6th supernova found in 2006 by Villi.
Before proceeding with an acting career Villi worked as a radio journalist and writer.
Chorionic villi are that sprout from the chorion to provide maximum contact area with maternal blood.
Chorangiosis is a placental pathology characterized by an abundance of blood vessels within the chorionic villi.
The short story "Les Willis" was the basis of Giacomo Puccini's opera "Le Villi".
A cytotrophoblast cap penetrates through the fetus' syncytiotrophoblasts and reaches the maternal decidua, forming the anchoring villus. The cytotrophoblast layer spreads and contacts the cytotrophoblast layers of neighboring anchoring villi, creating a continuous layer called the cytotrophoblastic shell. The cytotrophoblast structures of the anchoring villi that spread out are called cytotrophoblastic columns. Once formation is complete, the cytotrophoblast layer from the anchoring villi disappears, leaving behind a mesoderm core surrounded by syncytial cells.
Sometimes diffuse inflammation results in complete loss of villi, involvement of multiple layers, submucosal oedema and fibrosis.