The intercellular substance of cartilaginous tumors also becomes softened and converted into a liquid containing mucin.
The cells accumulate in clusters without any intercellular substance, and compress the lymph-sinuses and blood-vessels.
Their growth is attended with a multiplication of cells and a formation of intercellular substance.
The latter lies in the intercellular substance; that is, between the cells.
It is obvious that the ossified substance of bone is intercellular in character, and corresponds to the matrix of cartilage.
It is by no means certain that a hard and fast line can be drawn between intra- and intercellular lumina.
Periplast, per′i-plast, n. the intercellular substance of an organ or tissue of the body.
Externally, the nephridium opens by a vesicle, as in many Oligochaetes whose lumen is intercellular.
The physical conditions of the interstitial tissue or the intercellular substance vary greatly in density.
The intercellular substance varies in its character as does that of normal tissues.
intercellular in·ter·cel·lu·lar (ĭn'tər-sěl'yə-lər)
Located among or between cells.