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ul·tra·struc·ture

(ŭl'tră-strŭk'chūr),
Structures or particles seen with the electron microscope.
Synonym(s): fine structure

fine structure

(fīn)
n.
Biology See ultrastructure.
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The elegant expression which uses almost 'kabalistic' numbers 22, 5,3 and fine structure constant.
Fine structure of the sperm of the freshwater clam, Ligumia subrostrata (Say, 1931) (Mollusca:Bivalvia).
Fine structure of tarsal sensory organs in the whip spider Admetus pumilio (Amblypygi, Arachnida).
The new fine structure would be $250 for a first offense, $500 for a second and $1,000 for subsequent offense.
Beginning from some number of measurement, the fine structure of the distributions does not depend on this number.
Among the 12 mathematical topics are a survey of quadrature rules on the unit circle, the multilineal trigonometric problems of moments, multiple orthogonal polynomial ensembles, greedy energy points with external fields, relative asymptotics for general orthogonal polynomials, a progress report on the fine structure of zeros of orthogonal polynomials, and some open problems.
Although the fine structure in the nebula is washed out it is still an excellent image and shows what a fine photographer he was.
49 Tesco, Waitrose, Oddbins): From 100 per cent tempranillo and spending 12 months in American oak, this has a fine structure, with black-cherry and cocoa powder flavours.
Freidin (on occasion with collaborators) addresses theories of movement, case, and binding, covering such topics as cyclicity and the theory of grammar; superiority, subjacency and economy; cyclicity and minimalism; core grammar, case theory and markedness; lexical case phenomena; the subject of defective T(ense) in Slavic; disjoint reference and wh-trace; the fine structure of the binding theory as expressed in Principle A and reciprocals; fundamental issues in the theory of binding; and binding theory on minimalist assumptions.
Mancini, asked why the Italians produce such good coaches, said, "We have a fine structure to teach our people to coach at a high level.
A fine structure in its own right, it is less than a quarter of the footprint of Lutyens's cathedral design.
With the advent of nanotechnology, scientists have come to recognize that tweaking a material's fine structure can have dramatic effects.