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an·ti·cli·nal

(an'tē-klī'năl),
Inclined in opposite directions, as two sides of a pyramid.
[anti- + G. klinō, to incline]

anticlinal

/an·ti·clin·al/ (-kli´n'l) sloping or inclined in opposite directions.

an·ti·cli·nal

(an'tē-klī'năl)
Inclined in opposite directions, as two sides of a pyramid.
[anti- + G. klinō, to incline]

anticlinal

(of plant cell division) along a plane at right angles to the outer surface.

an·ti·cli·nal

(an'tē-klī'năl)
Inclined in opposite directions, as two sides of a pyramid.
[anti- + G. klinō, to incline]
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Epidermal cells rectangular; adaxial and abaxial anticlinal walls
Huntoon (1982) discussed anticlinal river valleys in Utah.
as broad as the entire anticlinal walls stained light red with safranin after the leaf had fully elongated.
Replacement silicification with anomalous gold occurs proximal to the north-northwest axis of the anticline and along north-south and northeast-trending fault zones in the anticlinal limb areas.
The partnership with Apache would allow the production of an additional 700,000 m3/day of non conventional natural gas, from reservoirs with low permeability, at the Anticlinal Campamento and Estacion Fernandez Oro areas in the provinces of Neuquen and Rio Negro.
Oil prospect 'Wesley' is a shallow anticlinal trend adjacent to a number of oil seeps, with tar formation (biodegraded oil) interpreted as the sealing mechanism for the prospect.
The Dzata discovery, in a Cenomanian/Albian faulted anticlinal trap, opens a new prospective trend in the eastern part of the prolific Tano Basin.
Significantly, the magnetite banded iron formation occurs as an anticlinal fold rather than a single sequence with the southern end of the western limb being tested by the current drilling.
mile South Texas 3D seismic data and identified a anticlinal structure with 4-way closure covering portions of six sections.
Situated in 1,874 meters (6,148 feet) water depth, the Dzata Prospect is a large anticlinal structure with numerous Upper and Lower Cretaceous potential reservoir horizons and distinct direct hydrocarbon indicators, including flat spots and a "gas chimney.
Chiton-1 will be testing an anticlinal closure on the western flank of the Patchawarra Trough, and is considered a key test of the prospectivity of the southern area of PEL 91.
93% working interest in the 64 acre tract The combined leased acreage (Ensley-Koliba) gives the Company a total of 143 acres over an anticlinal structure (target) that underlies portions of both tracts.