corrugator


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cor·ru·ga·tor

(kōr'ŭ-gā-ter, -tōr),
A muscle that draws together the skin, causing it to wrinkle.
[L. cor-rugo (conr-), pp. -atus, to wrinkle, fr. ruga, a wrinkle]

cor·ru·ga·tor

(kōr'ŭ-gā'tŏr)
A muscle that draws together the skin, causing it to wrinkle.
[L. cor-rugo (conr-), pp. -atus, to wrinkle, fr. ruga, a wrinkle]

corrugator

(kŏr′ă-gāt″ĕr) [L. con, together, + rugare, to wrinkle]
A muscle that lies above the orbit, arises medially from the frontal bone, and has its insertion on the skin of the medial half of the eyebrows. It draws the brow medially and inferiorly.
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Although nearly any corrugator could be adapted to the process, critical tooting and downstream trimming technologies are processors' own proprietary developments.
Also 5 units were injected into the corrugator muscle.
TOF count at corrugator supercilii reflects abdominal muscles relaxation better than at adductor pollicis.
The results indicated that premier expression occurred in the first 300 ms after stimulus onset while responding to unpleasant stimuli in the corrugator supercilii muscle and was strongly correlated to the event-related potential (ERP) reflecting the initial affective processing (Zhu & Suzuki, 2017, in press).
Further, Kordik, Eska, and Schultheiss (2012) found that nAff was not associated with corrugator activity in a positive social interaction.
Similarly, when observing an angry face, one tends to activate the corrugator supercilii muscles, which furrow the brow [19].
The approach based on EMG data uses physical sensors attached to subjects to measure electrical activity of facial muscles, such as the zygomaticus, the orbicularis oculi, and the corrugator supercilii muscles (Figure 1), associated with smiling, eyelids control, and frowning, respectively.
The (3) paper machines have trim widths ideal to serve the corrugator converters with a customer base ready to enter into production output agreements.
The orbicularis oculi, corrugator supercilii, platysma, mentalis, and buccinator are the most preferred muscles for injection (4).
As part of a [pounds sterling] 11m investment in its Preston plant, corrugated sheet board manufacturer Board24 has installed a Babcock Wanson BWD60 fire tube boiler, which is being used to provide steam for a new bespoke volume corrugator.
They found that aversive appeals would elicit higher responses in the corrugator muscle (frowning muscle above the eyebrow), skin conductance, and startle response.
Also, as a part of the possible consolidation, Stora Enso would invest approximately EUR19m in new machinery and supporting infrastructure in Lahti, where the most important individual investment item is a new corrugator.