reticulation


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reticulation

 [rĕ-tik″u-la´shun]
the formation or presence of a network.

re·tic·u·la·tion

(re-tik'yū-lā'shŭn),
The presence or formation of a reticulum or network, such as that observed in the red blood cells during active regeneration of blood. Also used to describe a chest radiographic pattern. See: reticulonodular pattern.

reticulation

/re·tic·u·la·tion/ (rĕ-tik″u-la´shun) the formation or presence of a network.

re·tic·u·la·tion

(rĕ-tik'yū-lā'shŭn)
The presence or formation of a reticulum or network, such as that observed in red blood cells during active regeneration of blood. Also used to describe a chest radiographic pattern.

reticulation

the formation or presence of a network.

radiographic reticulation
network appearance of the film; caused, for example, by hot developer and cold fixer, sometimes by weak fixer solution.
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Two particular cases are discussed further: cooling once the reticulation has ended (SI experiment) and isothermal cure (RM and SM experiments).
25x as wide as mesosoma; occiput rather markedly, half-circularly striated all over, with an inconspicuous hyperoccipital carina mixed with the striation; vertex finely reticulatecoriaceous, with weak transverse striation behind ocelli and a few weak transverse wrinkles lateral to ocelli; frons smooth in most of upper half, with faint transverse reticulation along inner orbits, in lower half finely and obliquely reticulate all over, only very few wrinkles just above antennal insertions transverse.
9, 14) Surrounding the abscess, one may notice obliteration of the fat planes, reticulation of the subcutaneous tissues and thickening of the overlying skin.
Henderson and team are developing a fluorescence sensor that can be held under running water to detect whether drinking water in a dual reticulation system has been compromised.
Figures 6, 7 and 8 present the comparison of the percentage of reticulation vs time measured by DSC and Raman spectroscopy for the three temperatures investigated.
The building was designed to demand minimal input from expensive professional consultants, the entire process being directed by a committee representing the community, The empowerment generated by the experience was demonstrated by the committee's latest achievement in applying for funding and laying over 100 km of water reticulation using the resource centre as a base.
The Edison Power Group specialises in commercial electrification, reticulation, industrial projects, High Voltage and Low Voltage reticulation, live-line services, power transmission and distribution and railway electrification.
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Customers now have more creative freedom by combining multiple coatings, inks and varnishes such as soft touch, grit, glitter, gloss, dull and reticulation that can be applied in one pass.
For the past several years, Dundee has assisted the Tsumeb Municipality with generous funding and technical expertise for a variety of projects, chief among them the revamping of the municipal water reticulation and storage system to the tune of more than N$1 million.
9 and 10), CPS close to posterior margin; posteromarginal comb on tergite VIII complete with long, fine microtrichia; tergite IX with 2 pairs of CPS, but without reticulation, median setae extending beyond apex of X; tergite X tube-like, sculptured with elongate reticulation, median longitudinal split complete (Fig.
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