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coalescent

(of plant structures) joining together.
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It is seen that the cross-sectional shape at the coalescent region is similar to that of the die and the hollow portion decreases gradually along the spinline.
Michael Woodman, program manager at Coalescent Technologies, said: ``The USMC and other branches of the Unites States armed forces are constantly investigating new and alternative tools to incorporate into the current training regimen.
The award came through Coalescent Technologies Corp.
Thus, a current challenge is to move toward a coalescent theory that encompasses information at multiple loci (Donnelly 1983; Wu 1991; Slade et al.
Cartwright assumes that, heterogeneous and various as the audiences of Renaissance playhouses may have been, Shakespeare did not, as (say) Jonson did, set one section of the audience against another, but instinctively recognized that theatre works to establish a community of response, and 'largely appears to have sought a coalescent audience'.
Chapter 3 Reconstructing Concordance Trees and Testing the Coalescent Model from Genome-Wide Data Sets (Ccile An).
The researchers came to these conclusions by using an approach called pair-wise sequential Markovian coalescent.
Tenders are invited for Supply Of Low Pressure Fuel Gas Filter Separator Skid And High Pressure Fuel Gas Coalescent For Kpcl Yelahanka Project
0 VISCOSITY (CP #2, 500 MAX @60 RPM, 25[degrees]C) MFFT ([degrees]C) <5 COALESCENT DEMAND 2% (%BPOS) (a) May require up to 2% coalescent in some formulation spaces.
After the introduction of gene and species trees in chapter 3, Yang concentrates on coalescent theory and species trees in chapter 9.
Dedicated computed tomography of the temporal bones showed opacification within the mastoid process with destruction of bony mastoid septations consistent with coalescent mastoiditis.