fine structure


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ul·tra·struc·ture

(ŭl'tră-strŭk'chūr),
Structures or particles seen with the electron microscope.
Synonym(s): fine structure

fine structure

(fīn)
n.
Biology See ultrastructure.
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Richardson, "Fine structure of the pecten oculi in the Australian galah (Eolophus roseicapillus) (Aves)J Histology and Histopathology, vol.
The trans-[beta]-carotene was identified by co-chromatography with standard and visible absorption spectrum in mobile phase and little fine structure consistent with [beta]-carotene standard eluted in the same conditions.
Some of such bristles as well as the fine structure of the superficially smooth body cuticle might have been overlooked in earlier investigations that did not use scanning electron microscopy.
The ferrite material provides desirable magnetic characteristics and high-frequency absorption properties achieved through precise control of the fine structure, and the resin case and core material of these new filters enhance heat resistance and shock resistance.
The ball features a new PSC- Texture(tm) 'goose bump' surface, which consists of a sophisticated and extremely fine structure on the ball's outer skin that guarantees optimum grip between ball and boot.
Mancini, asked why his countrymen produce such good coaches, said: "We have a fine structure to teach our people to coach at a high level.
Mancini, asked why the Italians produce such good coaches, said: "We have a fine structure to teach our people to coach at a high level.
Ryan argued that the state's fine structure hasn't gone up in years and is fairly cheap compared to neighboring states.
The new device can also be used to take real-time "pictures" of the fine structure and dynamics of materials.
The ultrastructure of late stages of oogenesis has been reported (Morisawa, 1999b), but the fine structure of spermiogenesis in Myxine glutinosa and Eptatretus stouti (Alvestad-Graevner and Adam, 1977; Jespersen, 1975) was studied before papers about the acrosome reaction (Morisawa, 1999a; Morisawa and Cherr, 2002) were published.