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(of two plant organs, such as leaves) located at the same height on the plant but at opposite sides of the stem.
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5 can be used, which has two pairs parallelly and oppositely moving (stroke L) blades (LIM secondary elements), each closing an area of size L x L = [L.
This leads to an interaction between the oppositely directed waves, which allows the energy they carry to be broken down and accelerate the solar wind.
Polyzwitterionic materials can be divided into polybetaine carrying the oppositely charged groups on the same monomer unit and polyampholyte carrying oppositely charged groups on two different monomer units [20, 21].
At a recovery school, oppositely, the students encourage one another to stay sober, she said.
These particle loaded by insulin and enzymes by mixing in solution of oppositely charged dextran nanoparticle.
Life Science Solutions, LLC--Complex Coacervates: Insights into the Role of the Polymer Overlap and Entanglement on the Physical Characteristics of Oppositely Charged Polymer; Surfactant Complexes Formed Upon Dilution, Robert Lochhead, Ph.
Lead author Neil Ibata of the Lycee International in Strasbourg, France, said that they were surprised to find that a large proportion of pairs of satellite galaxies had oppositely directed velocities if they were situated on opposite sides of their giant galaxy hosts.
Each first V-shaped groove is overlapped by multiple oppositely directed second V-shaped grooves.
It was horrible situation because sometimes, I thought they were near to us and sometime I would get happy by thinking oppositely.
Knowing the size, concentration and zeta potential of a liposome preparation can help predict its fate in vivo, while the association of charged liposomes with oppositely charged molecules can be monitored by measuring the zeta potential of the resulting complex.
The acceleration of a recession is viewed oppositely to its deceleration.
Or oppositely, because there is such an interest in mentoring these days, if you're interested in forming a mentoring program and you're a leader of one of the bar affiliates, you don't have to reinvent the wheel," Griffin said.