conglutination


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conglutination

 [kon-gloo″tĭ-na´shun]
1. adhesion (def. 2).
2. agglutination of bacteria or erythrocytes that is dependent upon both complement and antibodies.

con·glu·ti·na·tion

(kon-glū'ti-nā'shŭn),
1. Synonym(s): adhesion (1)
2. Agglutination of antigen-(erythrocyte)-antibody-complement complex by normal bovine serum (and certain other colloidal materials); the procedure provides a means of detecting the presence of nonagglutinating antibody.

con·glu·ti·na·tion

(kŏn-glū'ti-nā'shŭn)
1. Synonym(s): adhesion (1) .
2. Agglutination of antigen (erythrocyte)-antibody-complement complex by normal bovine serum (and certain other colloidal materials); the procedure provides a means of detecting the presence of nonagglutinating antibody.
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Since it is not caused by contour lines conglutination, it cannot be deleted.
They are used to test the overall performance of the proposed algorithm in the treatment of thick lines and gaps, including gaps caused by interesting or overlapping of contour lines and other map elements (as shown in red circles 1-3 in Figure 8), conglutinations caused by densely arranged contour lines (as shown in red circles 4 and 5 in Figure 9 and red circles 7 and 8 in Figure 10), and gaps caused by nonuniform colors of contour lines (as shown in red circle 6 in Figure 9).
Figure 6b clearly shows critical section between burned zone and the unburned zone of 80RPUF/20APP, and its char layer is thin but compact and possesses a few discontinuous holes owing to the conglutination of APP decomposition products [45].
The high [R.sub.exp] value is attributed to dehydration reaction of polyphosphoric acid and its conglutination, filling action in the gaps of "graphite worms" agglomerates, which accelerates the formation of the continuous and compact residual barrier as shown in Fig.
For the higher heating rates, the more chaotic fiber distribution for the unfixed samples is visible; however, still, no undesired conglutinations seem to appear.
While adding gelatin did not result in creating porous PAN nanofibers after stabilization, we showed that using PAN/gelatin blends as precursors for carbon nanofibers offer a new possibility to create long, straight fibers without many undesired conglutinations. Future tests will concentrate on investigating the influence of the PAN:gelatin ratio on stabilization and subsequent carbonization processes.