bullation

bullation

A term of waning use in the working medical parlance for:
(1) A condition characterised by the presence of multiple blisters or bullae; 
(2) Inflation.
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arborea is deeply bullate, and measurements were conducted both on the crest of a typical bullation and in an adjacent trough downstream.
1]), blades are short, wide, and triangular, and are characterized by relatively large-amplitude bullations ("bumps"; Roberson, 2001).
For example, near zero pitch angle, the flow-exposed morphology has a lower flux than the wave-protected morphology, and one might conclude that the deep bullations of the flow-protected blade have afforded a selective advantage.