reticular

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • adj reticular resembling or forming a network "the reticulate veins of a leaf","a reticulated highway system"
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Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
    • Reticular Having the form of a net, or of network; formed with interstices; retiform; as, reticular cartilage; a reticular leaf.
    • Reticular (Anat) Of or pertaining to a reticulum.
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
    • reticular Formed like a net or of network. Hence, by extension.
    • reticular Having many similar openings which are large in proportion to the solid parts.
    • reticular Like a network; entangled; complicated.
    • reticular In anatomy, forming or formed by reticulation; retial; full of interstices; cancellate; areolar; cellular: as. reticular substance, tissue, or membrane, which is the areolar or cellular or ordinary connective tissue. The rete mucosum of the skin is sometimes specifically called the reticular body. See rete.
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Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
    • adj Reticular having the form of network: formed with interstices:
    • adj Reticular (anat.) cellular
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Etymology

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
Cf. F. réticulaire,. See Reticule
Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
L. reticulumrete, net.

Usage

In literature:

The deeper portion of the true skin is known as the reticular portion, and is largely composed of adipose tissue.
"Manual of Surgery" by Alexis Thomson and Alexander Miles
The stem is very long, equal or tapering upward, roughened by the lacerated margins of the reticular depressions, red or brownish red.
"The Mushroom, Edible and Otherwise" by M. E. Hard
The medulla oblongata with its reticular ganglion seems to be the great rhythmic centre.
"Degeneracy" by Eugene S. Talbot
They are formed of a reticular tissue with comparatively few nuclei.
"The Works of Francis Maitland Balfour, Volume 1" by Francis Maitland Balfour
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In news:

(B) Histological examination showed slightly hyperplastic glandular tissue without cytological atypia within the reticular dermis and fatty tissue (haematoxylin and eosin staining, original magnification ×20.
Targeting the Reticular Dermis with Black Pepper Berries.
Its treatment depends on the specific type--reticular, erosive, or bullous--and usually includes topical or systemic corticosteroids and topical antifungal agents.
The screens have hundreds of LED units placed in a plastic-injected reticular structure.
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In science:

The definition of the infinitesimally stability of reticular Lagrangian maps in seem to be different from our one.
Genericity of Caustics and Wavefronts on an r-corner
We introduce a main result in about the relations of reticular Legendrian maps and their generating families.
Genericity of Caustics and Wavefronts on an r-corner
We call i the reticular Legendrian embedding of ˜π ◦ i.
Genericity of Caustics and Wavefronts on an r-corner
Wavefronts: Let ˜π ◦ i be a reticular Legendrian map.
Genericity of Caustics and Wavefronts on an r-corner
We call a contact diffeomorphism germ φ on (J 1(Rn , R), 0) a reticular diffeomorphism σ for σ ⊂ Ir .
Genericity of Caustics and Wavefronts on an r-corner
As after the definition of a reticular diffeomorphism in the previous part, our definition of a reticular diffeomorphism and that in are equivalent.
Genericity of Caustics and Wavefronts on an r-corner
We introduce several stabilities of reticular Legendrian maps: Stability: For any open set U in J 1 (Rn , R), we denote C (U, J 1(Rn , R)) the space of contact embeddings from U to J 1 (Rn , R) with C ∞ -topology.
Genericity of Caustics and Wavefronts on an r-corner
We say that a reticular Legendrian map ˜π ◦ i : (L, 0) → (J 1 (Rn , R), 0) → (Rn × R, 0) is homotopical ly stable if for any reticular Legendrian deformation ¯C = {Ct} of i, there exists a one-parameter deformation of reticular diffeomorphisms ¯φ = {φt} of idJ 1 (Rn ,R) such that Ct = Θt ◦ C0 ◦ φt for t around 0.
Genericity of Caustics and Wavefronts on an r-corner
We say that a vector field ξ on (J 1(Rn , R), 0) is infinitesimal ly reticular diffeomorphism if there exists a one-parameter deformation of reticular diffeomorphisms ¯φ = {φt} of idJ 1 (Rn ,R) such that dφt dt |t=0 = ξ .
Genericity of Caustics and Wavefronts on an r-corner
Definition 11.1 Let π ◦ i : (L, 0) → (T ∗Rn , 0) → (Rn , 0) be a reticular Lagrangian map and l be a non-negative number.
Genericity of Caustics and Wavefronts on an r-corner
We say that π ◦ i is l-determined if the following condition holds: For any extension S of i, the reticular Lagrangian map π ◦ S ′ |L and π ◦ i are Lagrangian equivalent for any symplectic diffeomorphism germ S ′ on (T ∗Rn , 0) satisfying j lS (0) = j lS ′ (0).
Genericity of Caustics and Wavefronts on an r-corner
Then there exists a reticular diffeomorphism germ φ such that S1 = S2 ◦ φ.
Genericity of Caustics and Wavefronts on an r-corner
By this lemma we have that the finitely determinacy of reticular Lagrangian maps do not depend on choices of extensions of their reticular Lagrangian embeddings.
Genericity of Caustics and Wavefronts on an r-corner
Then G and G′ are reticular P -R-equivalent, and F and G′ are reticular P -R+ -infinitesimal versal unfoldings of H0(x, y ).
Genericity of Caustics and Wavefronts on an r-corner
It follows that F and G are reticular P -R+ -equivalent.
Genericity of Caustics and Wavefronts on an r-corner
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