morphometry


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morphometry

 [mor-fom´ĕ-tre]
the measurement of forms.

mor·phom·e·try

(mōr-fom'ĕ-trē),
The measurement of the form of organisms or their parts.
[morpho- + G. metron, measure]

morphometry

[môrfom′ətrē]
the measurement of the structures and parts of organisms.

mor·phom·e·try

(mōr-fom'ĕ-trē)
The measurement of the form of organisms or their parts.
[morpho- + G. metron, measure]

morphometry

the measurement of forms.
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Taken together, these results provide validation for empathy being a multi-component construct, suggesting that affective and cognitive empathy are differentially represented in brain morphometry as well as providing convergent evidence for empathy being represented by different neural and structural correlates," the study said.
Peneplanation, therefore, likely pre-dated the formation of both structures because such large-scale erosion would have destroyed basin morphometry.
Longitudinal study of semen quality of unexposed workers: sperm head morphometry.
Morphometry of the lumbar spine: anatomical perspectives related to transpedicular fixation.
Experimental Artemia populations were reared under standardized culture conditions in order to minimize the strong environmental influences on body morphometry.
Morphometry of the midgut epithelium of Diatraea saccharalis Fabricius, 1974 (Lepidoptera) parasitized by Cotesia xavipes Cameron, 1891 (Hymenoptera).
Representative immunohistochemistry and automated morphometry of Nrf2 immunostaining are shown in Fig.
For morphometric evaluation, one histological cross-section of each TA muscle located in the central region of muscle injury was chosen to measure the cross-sectional area of both injured and uninjured muscle, using software for morphometry (Axiovision 3.
Several publications released during the past few years by the Johns Hopkins group indicate the predictive value of nuclear morphometry (eg, nuclear enlargement, nuclear pleomorphism, chromatin nature, among others) assessed by computer-assisted image analysis.
Physiological stress on the endothelium from ocular pathology or contact lens wear can result in changes in the shape of endothelial cells, deviating away from the normal hexagonal morphometry.