Definición de stroma en inglés:


Saltos de línea: stroma
Pronunciación: /ˈstrəʊmə

sustantivo (plural stromata /-mətə/)

  • 1 [mass noun] Anatomy & Biology The supportive tissue of an epithelial organ, tumour, gonad, etc., consisting of connective tissues and blood vessels: a loose stroma of connective tissue [mass noun]: the virus caused necrosis of epithelium and stroma
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    • Loose connective tissue stroma predominated in the less cellular areas.
    • The stroma consists of fatty tissue and ligaments surrounding the ducts and lobules, blood vessels and lymphatic vessels.
    • The deeper regions of the tumor showed hypocellularity and had an abundance of loose edematous stroma.
  • 1.1The spongy framework of protein fibres in a red blood cell or platelet.
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    • The endometrial stroma has a framework consisting of reticular fibers and stromal cells.
    • The surrounding stroma was infiltrated by plasma cells and scattered aggregates of lymphocytes, forming follicles with germinal centres.
    • Typical plaques showed proliferation of myofibroblastic cells with myxoid stroma.
  • 1.2 Botany The matrix of a chloroplast, in which the grana are embedded.
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    • Chloroplast envelopes, stacked grana and unstacked stroma thylakoids were well-defined.
    • There is characteristically a dense sparsely cellular fibrous stroma.
    • Granules of different sizes were noted in the chloroplast stroma in all treatments.
  • 2 Botany A cushion-like mass of fungal tissue, having spore-bearing structures either embedded in it or on its surface: the fruiting body is tightly compressed and sessile on a stroma
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    • This latter consisted of a few membranes irregularly distributed in the stroma or tightly pressed to form very electron-dense stacks.
    • During in vivo measurements, excitation light is incident upon the epithelium, and must travel through this tissue layer before reaching the stroma.
    • Transport proteins in the inner plastid envelope membrane connect the metabolism of plastid stroma and surrounding cytoplasm.



adjetivo (chiefly Anatomy )
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  • A complete description of ovarian endometrial stromal sarcomas, adenosarcomas, and carcinosarcomas is presented.
  • The drug has also proved effective against rare gastrointestinal stromal tumours and small-cell lung cancers.
  • The prostate specimen showed glandular and stromal hyperplasia.


Pronunciación: /-ˈmatɪk/
adjetivo (chiefly Botany )
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  • Exposure to two UV-B doses induced a notable increase in the grana-stromatic lamella ratio and luminal space dilation of the stromatic lamellas.
  • The ncosomes in the sample are 1-10 cm thick, stromatic, and contain melanosomes at their margins.


mid 19th century: modern Latin, via late Latin from Greek strōma 'coverlet'.

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