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cy·to·ar·chi·tec·ture

(sī'tō-ar'ki-tek'chŭr),
The arrangement of cells in a tissue; e.g., the arrangement of nerve cell bodies in the brain, especially the cerebral cortex.

cytoarchitecture

[-är′kitek′chər]
the typical pattern of cellular arrangement within a particular tissue or organ, as in the cerebral cortex. cytoarchitectural, adj.

cy·to·ar·chi·tec·ture

(sī'tō-ahr'ki-tek-shŭr)
The arrangement of cells in a tissue; the term commonly refers to the arrangement of nerve-cell bodies in the brain, especially the cerebral cortex.
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The book proposes a unifying reading of the CPR based on the architectonic method seen as centered on demonstrating the possibility of synthetic a priori judgments.
200 um with developed three-dimensional architectonics on macro and micro level result from multilayer coating of biopolymer composites.
The paranoia of this architectonic doggerel is apparent in its panoptical surveillance of "creeping dangers", the "swart gevaar" or "black danger" that was used to buttress apartheid ideology by the nationalist government.
It turned architectonic concepts inside out, having a skeleton of struts, cross beams, and tie rods placed exterior to its glass walls.
The "Artist Builder," as she became known, proposed that "Form transformed is abstract and finds itself totally subject to architectonic requirements, as well as to the intentions of the artist, who attains complete freedom in total abstraction, in the distribution and construction of lines, surfaces, volumetric elements and chromatic values.
And it was marvelous how the recent celebration-immersion put those two parts into perspective, contrasting the plotless architectonics of the second period with the more dramatically colored pieces of the first.
14) We also reinforce this feedback loop in all the architectonics by which we have terraformed, paved over, and theme parked nature.
Inspired by a baroque church in the city of Vilnius, Lauckaite-Jakimaviciene produces facade-like white-glazed earthenware forms with columns, pediments and porticos that not only echo the architectonics of classical buildings but also recall the heavily structured frames of Renaissance altar pieces.
Yet he leaves unfinished the argument that Faulkner's ultimate rejection of modernist alienation in favor of the potency of human agency is one of the very reasons why an analysis of the relationship of plot design, or "narrative architectonics," to "implied author" or "ultimate teller" may be valuable and useful in the first place.
Updated to reflect current theory and practice, topics include an overview, including conceptual and clinical aspects of the frontal lobes, and anatomy, including frontal-subcortical circuits, the dorsolateral and cingulate cortex, the orbitofrontal cortex and the insula, structural and functional asymmetries, gross morphology and architectonics, and evolution of the frontal lobes.
The work conducted at the CNSI represents world-class expertise in five targeted areas of nanosystems-related research including Energy, Environment and NanoToxicology, NanoBiotechnology and Biomaterials, NanoMechanical and NanoFluidic systems and NanoElectronics, Photonics and Architectonics.
On the structural burden of the aesthetic in the architectonics of the system, see Paul de Man, "Phenomenality and Materiality in Kant," in his Aesthetic Ideology (Minneapolis: U of Minnesota P, 1996) 70-90, Gilles Deleuze, Kant's Critical Philosophy: The Doctrine of the Faculties, trans.

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