fine structure


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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 trans-[beta]-carotene was identified by co-chromatography with standard and visible absorption spectrum in mobile phase and little fine structure consistent with [beta]-carotene standard eluted in the same conditions.
Mancini, asked why his countrymen produce such good coaches, said: "We have a fine structure to teach our people to coach at a high level.
Ryan argued that the state's fine structure hasn't gone up in years and is fairly cheap compared to neighboring states.
The new device can also be used to take real-time "pictures" of the fine structure and dynamics of materials.
The ultrastructure of late stages of oogenesis has been reported (Morisawa, 1999b), but the fine structure of spermiogenesis in Myxine glutinosa and Eptatretus stouti (Alvestad-Graevner and Adam, 1977; Jespersen, 1975) was studied before papers about the acrosome reaction (Morisawa, 1999a; Morisawa and Cherr, 2002) were published.
p] is the proton mass, [alpha] is the fine structure constant, [e.
Based on these outstanding features, the present study focuses on the fine structure of the spermatozoa, which are briefly compared with our own unpublished observations on other theridiid spiders.
Finally, in a return to the original cell wall theme, the fine structure of mannans and galactomannans is explained as a useful adjunct in classifying fungi.
The purpose of this paper is to describe the fine structure of the "window", bristles and scales of the wings of R.
The existing fine structure is $100 for a first offense, $200 for a second and $300 for subsequent offenses.