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coalescent

(of plant structures) joining together.
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Moreover, flat paints formulated with this low-VOC coalescent dried at harsh conditions presented lower surfactant leaching in comparison to the ones formulated with standard high-VOC coalescent.
In such cases, the coalescent galls share common tissues, but each larva is solitary and occupies an exclusive chamber (Mani, 1964; Meyer, 1987) (Table 1).
A recently published algorithm called msprime uses a novel data structure, called a sparse tree, to improve the speed and memory consumption of naive coalescent simulation by many orders of magnitude.
Coalescent granuloma in liver parenchyma of a pet green iguana (Iguana iguana) infected with Burkholderia pseudomallei, Belgium.
Therefore, the goal of this work was to find optimum levels of coalescent required in a given system to understand the impact that an ultra-low VOC coalescent structure can have on efficiency and performance properties, and to investigate the interactions behind why one coalescent is preferred over another.
The maximum clade credibility (MCC) tree of these two proteins was constructed by BEAST version 1.7.5 (http://beast.bio.ed.ac.uk), which implements a Bayesian coalescent approach through MarkovChain Monte Carlo method for 80 million samplings.
There were macroscopically visible, coalescent calcifications composed of numerous, small calcifications of various shapes at the cortical-white matter border (Figure 5, A).
Atypical target lesions and coalescent pustules can occur in severe cases of AGEP.
Emphysema is defined by chronic abnormal inflammatory cell response resulting in destruction of small airway and alveolar walls, with coalescent destructive lesions producing larger cavities resulting in bullous disease.(1) This alveolar destruction results in lung parenchymal distortion, making superimposed processes, particularly pulmonary edema, difficult to accurately identify.
Within three hours of the onset of blood-feeding, black flies had caused widespread, uniformly distributed hemorrhagic coalescent lesions over the head and body of all nestlings.
Temprite specializes in energy-efficient coalescent and conventional oil separators, oil reservoirs, liquid receivers and refrigerant oil management products for all refrigerants including ammonia (N[H.sub.3]), carbon dioxide (C[O.sub.2]) and hydrocarbons (HCs).
2) but narrowed away from the disc; while at advanced stages (n=15), generalized hyper reflexion coexisted either with hyper reflective coalescent foci in tapetum and only ghost vessels are visible with pallor of disc and hypopigmentation of nontapetum area (Fig.