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The austenite matrix has been etched away to reveal the morphology of the Widmanstaetten pro-eutectoid cementite particles.
Morphology of the chimpanzee kidney: a comparison with man.
Certainly both the dedication and the churchyard morphology point to an early medieval origin.
The crystallites formed during these processes often have a unique chemistry and morphology as a result of the controls imposed by the organisms.
New methods to predict how solvent choice affects solubility and crystallite growth rates and hence both crystal morphology and polymorphic form (Catlow).
Their present morphology was shaped principally during the last glacial cycle (the Midlandian), with subsequent modification throughout the post-glacial Holocene period.
Section 6 looks at how the morphology of contexts might be delineated in a way that supports formal descriptions.
RESULTS: Nasal polyps showing edematous morphology, eosinophil infiltration, or fibronectin expression were significantly large in size.
Rosculus ithacus (13-19 m m long) eruptive like Vahlkamfida but inclined to adopt flabellate morphology and locomotory habit.
The morphology and location of helminth eggs are a valuable aid to the diagnosis of specific helminth diseases.
He specializes in the field of sediment transport in rivers, including river morphology and environmental hydraulics.
The adoption of Greek inflection class morphology (see below) indicates that lexical words were employed with elements of their original Greek morphology.
We have examined the morphology and longitudinal axon projections of a population of spinal commissural interneurons, in young Xenopus tadpoles.
The advantage of this model system stems from the distinctive morphology of WPB allowing them to be distinguished from other intracellular organelles.
Understanding large-scale coastal morphology: a study of Winterton Ness, UK Information on this project will be online shortly.
The changes in crystal morphology observed under the different monolayers were attributed to changes in the monolayer structure as a function of chain length.
Morphology is the study of the way words are formed from smaller units called morphemes.
This association together with the location and morphology of the churchyard are clear indicators of an early medieval origin.
Last updated 8 June 2006 Basque: My previous research was on the morphology of the verb in Basque.
The morphology of the crystal was clearly dictated by the template.
In order to determine the surface morphology and orientation texture of the films, scanning electron microscopy, SEM, was performed.
Fact sheets describe the morphology of each tree in text and in photographs of bark, twigs, fruits and leaves.
Overexpression rather than absence of MyoM strongly affected the morphology of D. discoideum.
Changes in a number of other factors can also influence island morphology (Figure 1).
It is well known that dendritic morphology plays an important role in neuronal function.
Low sperm count, poor motility, or abnormal morphology of sperm can make it very difficult to conceive using your partners sperm.
The section on verb morphology accounts for one third of the book.
In men, smoking levels affect spermatogenesis (sperm development), sperm morphology (abnormality) and sperm mobility.
They are divided into the following three groups on the basis of their colony morphology on blood agar plates.
Cliff morphology may follow a cyclic pattern of response to marine undercutting of the toe that results in cliff failure.
Effect of fatty acids on the morphology of human neuroblastoma cells.
These include sign language phonology, morphology, and syntax.
The relationship between DNA ploidy pattern and tumor histologic and cytologic morphology was also examined.
Their present morphology was formed principally during the last glacial cycle (The Midlandian), with subsequent modification throughout the postglacial Holocene period.
However, some authors classify a difference between projection neurons based on dendritic morphology and soma size.
Although composed of a single crystal of calcite, a sea urchin plate exhibits a bicontinuous morphology with pores of diameter 10-15 micron.
The spa resorts in Latium are linked to the volcanic activity which has shaped the morphology of much of the region.
This means that there is a third factor that determines the importance of the storm surge - namely the morphology of the shingle beach.
Evolutionary Development We are currently investigating the genetic control of floral morphology in the subfamily Papilionoideae.
These deposits are superimposed upon bedrock in the uplands, and subglacial diamict of rogen moraine morphology in the lowlands.
The following is a description of each of the growth phases as to morphology, terpene aroma, and relative psychoactivity.
The morphology of the Carboniferous uplands is largely controlled by the presence of a series of gritstone caprocks.
From rote learning to system building: Acquiring verb morphology in children and connectionist nets.
Gender, site, morphology, type, concomitant vesical tumor, nodes number and involvement do not significantly influence survival.