Structural aspects of polypropylene appear to be heavily affected by their thermal history: slow cooling induces crystalline |*alpha*|-phase, fast cooling suppresses crystallization and yields the mesomorphic
Research suggests that the muscular mesomorphic
body may be the most common one appearing in mass media.
This is likely because these individuals were more focused on developing their bodies in a manner that would represent their view of a societal ideal, which in their minds was a more mesomorphic
The sample presented a predominance of the mesomorphic
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BEHAVIOUR OF A HOMOLOGOUS SERIES OF N(4-N-ALKOXYSALICYLIDENE)-4'-N-ALKOXYANILINES AND THEIR COPPER(II) COMPLEXES
We do know that the preference in society is toward mesomorphic
(muscular) males, and there is an aversion toward endomorphic (fat) and ectomorphic (thin) males (Weinke, 1998).
Some categorize body type as "ectomorphic (thin), endomorphic (heavy) or mesomorphic
30%) and are comparable with the latter when mesomorphic
pitch was added (5.
Claude Bouchard, geneticist at the Pennington Biomedical Research Center at Louisiana State University, found that such populations have a higher percentage of "energy efficient" fast-twitch muscle fibers to complement their naturally more mesomorphic
An average pelvis size could indicate a mesomorphic
Goldfield, Harper, and Blouin (1998) suggested that an increase in bodybuilding and weightlifting has paralleled sociocultural norms with a mesomorphic
build as the new ideal male body type.
They will include monitoring structural changes in mesomorphic
polysiloxanes, thermal reorganization in block copolymers, and visualization of melting and crystallization in ultrathin (20 nm) films of polyolefines.