double membrane

dou·ble mem·brane

two biomembrane layers, with an intermembranal space, surrounding certain organelles (for example, mitochondria) or structures.
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The first development is to double membrane permeance by replacing conventional porous supports used to fabricate composite membranes with novel isoporous supports.
Dynamin probably pinches off the membranes at the bridge between the daughter plastids by a biochemical reaction between the PH domain and the double membrane.
5% uranyl acetate revealed the presence of multiple intact spherical vesicles with electron dense centre surrounded by a double membrane, though conventionally released few single membrane enclosed vesicles were also viewed.
Continual inspections were carried out to ensure that no evidence of water ingress was detected within the basement structure, which is protected by a sophisticated re-injectable double membrane waterproof system.
In recent years, the Group's subsidiary, Fong's Water Technology, has developed the wastewater treatment technology, to achieve the full biochemical no sludge dyeing sewage treatment and high efficiency water recycling system with double membrane technology applications, providing one-stop sustainable solutions of dyeing wastewater treatment especially for the dyeing and finishing industries.
Autophagy involves die engulfment of cellular organelles into specialized vacuoles surrounded by a double membrane.
Some of the artworks that will be auctioned tonight include "Three Brothers" by Iranian Monir Farmanfarmaian, a mirror, reverse-glass painting and plaster on wood in aluminium frame, in three parts (estimated $70,000-100,000); installation art "Ikhtilej" by Tunisian Nja Mahdaoui, Indian ink on vellum and double membrane drums in 20 parts (est $300,000-400,000) and "A Political Map of the World" by Saudi artist Thaier Helal, mixed media on canvas (est $50,000-70,000).
This group of bacteria is classified as 'gram-negative' because their cells have a double membrane or outer layer, whereas gram-positive bacteria have only one outer layer.
Clement & Wurdak (1991) have described a double membrane involving the rods of Brachionus sericus such membranes were also observed in B.
Some bacteria are classified as "gram-negative" because their cells have a double membrane, compared with "gram-positive" bacteria, which just have one outer layer.
The genetic machinery and structural organization of these two organisms merged to produce a new class of prokaryotes, called double membrane prokaryotes.
It is enclosed by a double membrane system that makes up the so-called nuclear envelope.