air cell


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air cell

An air-filled sinus cavity in a bone.
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While the Bonferroni corrected alpha level failed to find a significant difference (p > 0.013), viscous fluid and elastic/VE foam (p = 0.014) and air cell and honeycomb (p = 0.017) were nearly significantly different.
The thickening extensively involved the right mastoid air cells, bilateral sphenoid sinuses, and frontal sinuses.
Changes in (a) yolk index, (b) yolk pH, (c) moisture content (%) of yolk, and (d) air cell size of different categories of eggs during storage.
The tegmental or periantral air cell may extend into the zygomatic arch, producing the ZACD.
As an egg ages, its air cell grows, forming a bubble that causes the egg to float.
A gastight air cell is close to a backside of the organic hybrid sheet, wherein the organic hybrid sheet indicates both a first sound-absorption peak of a random incidence sound-absorption coefficient of 0.3 or higher at a first frequency band of 400 Hz or lower and a second sound-absorption peak of a random incidence sound-absorption coefficient of 0.3 or higher at a second frequency band higher than the first frequency band when the organic hybrid sheet is vibrated by applying air vibration caused by sound.
Here, Sherex Enlite creates the required air cell stability that is normally only possible at higher fat levels.
Newcomers Air Cell and JetBlue hope to eventually launch service.