fine sculptural grooves or lines on the surface of the shell.
Grooves along or across body.
ornamental lines on the cell wall (frustule)
Small grooves on the surface of a rock, formed by glacial action.
Surface ornamentation on unarmoured or armoured dinoflagellates that appear as longitudinal lines, ridges or grooves; on armoured species the striae can be interrupted by pores and may be associated with other markings, such as reticulations.
superfical furrows or very fine lines which cross the surface of the shell in different directions.
Linear rows of puncta/areolae, usually oriented along transapical axis
Term used to described elongated markings on the cell walls of desmids and diatoms
Stretch marks; shiny reddish lines that appear on the abdomen, breasts, thighs, and buttocks of pregnant women as a result of stretching the skin.
very fine lines or furrows in the shell surface; usually considered only to be incised, but here both incised and raised lines are considered striae
Linear, scar-like portions of skin, commonly called "stretch marks." May occur from prolonged use of topical steroids.
Linear marks on the leaves, sheaths or culms.
Linear bony ridges, present on the head bones (often the cheek or gill cover) of some fishes.
(Seed surface) Fine linear markings, lines, fine grooves.
see stretch marks.
Streaks or "stretch marks" seen on the abdomen of a pregnant woman.
In nematodes: Superficial grooves or clefts on the cuticle; when present, striae may be seen encircling lips or body. ( 14)