If you take a hand-brush with fairly stiff bristles
ending in a flat plane, such as a clothes brush or hairbrush, you can slide it, bristles
down, across a flat surface such as a table-top.
(9) Various materials have been incorporated into toothbrush bristles
with the aim of reducing bacterial contamination.
Caption: FIGURE 4: Changes in a general bristles
deformation at consecutive phases of sliding and torsional oscillation of the drill string.
The tips of the bristles
may extend above the top of the statolith, depending on the position of the statolith with respect to gravity.
This new species is similar to Chrysotimus xuae Wang, Yang & Grootaert by the brown hairs and bristles
on thorax, and the furcated surstylus, but may be separated from the latter by the 7-8 short and black ventral bristles
on hind tarsomere 1 base, and the cercus with acute apex.
should not be too hard and choose one that's labelled medium.
Detectamet is now introducing their Detectable Double Detainment System brush range which uses stainless steel staples to fasten bristles
into the brush head and then the adhesion is reinforced by applying a detectable and antimicrobial resin to surround and lock in the bristles
Scientists had known that hairlike bristles
, or cilia, on coral help sweep nutrients in, but the purpose of bristles
lining the valleys between coral polyps had been more mysterious.
During brushing, optimal cleaning results when the bristles
work with their ends directly on the tooth enamel with limited pressure.
To make the brush, the dentists take teeth's digital scan then the makers use it to find out the optimal placement of 600 bristles
by simulating biting and chewing movements.
The standard terminology (McAlpine 1981) is followed, with older terminology in brackets: frons (postfrons), face (prefrons), parafacial (paraprefrontal area), facial ridge (prefrontal ridge), frontogenal suture (prefrontal-genal suture), postocellar bristles
), anepisternum (mesopleuron), katepisternum (sternopleuron), postpronotal lobe (humeral callus), posthumeral bristle
), [R.sub.1] (Vein 1), [R.sub.2+3] (Vein 2), [R.sub.4+5] (Vein 3), [M.sub.1+2] (Vein 4), CuA+1A (Vein 6), r-m (anterior crossvein), dm-cu (posterior crossvein).