wing cell

wing cell

one of the polyhedral cells in the corneal epithelium beneath the surface layer.
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The jury previously heard Michael went to his victims' Valentines Green Wing cell on November 14 last year.
He is having a 36-hour needs assessment and got some sleep on his first night in his hospital wing cell.
However despite this shortcoming, wing cell asymmetry may explain some variation of field parasitism given that many species of water mite are first phoretic on damselfly larvae and then parasitize hosts shortly after adult emergence (Smith 1988).
The total asymmetry (a) was the sum of the wing cell asymmetry between fore- and hind-wings (f and h, respectively).
The wing cell was equipped with a device for changing the angle of climb during the flight; but it appeared to be unnecessary as the aircraft successfully flew with fixed wings.
During flight, the pilot could alter angle of attack of the wing cell within limits of 7 degrees.
He also denies the wounding with intent of Terry Roderick in a Valentines Green Wing cell on November 14 last year.
Liverpool Crown Court heard Michael went to his alleged victims' Valentines Green Wing cell on November 14 last year.
Because its wing cells store energy from the sun, the "Solar Impulse 2" can fly at night, as well as during the day.
PZL Swidnik, AgustaWestland, Pilatus PZL Swidnik, the Polish airframer recently acquired by AgustaWestland, has signed a 10-year deal to assemble fuselage and wing cells for Pilatus PC-12 turboprops, using parts made by Pilatus in Switzerland.
Caterpillars already carry disks of future wing cells, including those that will lay down the colorful design.
During the insect's pupa stage, individual wing cells metamorphose into "ornate hollow shells containing struts, pillars, pigment granules and/or more elaborate constructions," says Helen Ghiradella, a specialist in butterfly scale morphology at the State University of New York at Albany.