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globule

 [glob´ūl]
a small spherical mass; a little globe or pellet, as of medicine. adj., adj glob´ular.

glob·ule

(glob'yūl),
1. A small spheric body of any kind.
2. A spheric drop of fluid, as a fat droplet in milk.
Synonym(s): globulus
[L. globulus, dim. of globus, a ball]

globule

/glob·ule/ (glob´ūl)
1. a small spherical mass or body.
2. a small spherical drop of fluid or semifluid substance.
3. a little globe or pellet, as of medicine.glob´ular

globule

[glob′yo̅o̅l]
Etymology: L, globulus, small ball

glob·ule

(glob'yūl)
1. A small spheric body of any kind.
2. A fat droplet in milk.
[L. globulus, dim. of globus, a ball]

glob·ule

(glob'yūl)
1. A small spheric body of any kind.
2. A spheric drop of fluid.
[L. globulus, dim. of globus, a ball]

globule

a small spherical mass; a little globe or pellet, as of medicine. See also morgagnian globule.

globule leukocyte
mononuclear cell with large eosinophilic cytoplasmic granules found in the intestinal epithelium.
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For cinnamon (Figure 3A), eucalyptus globulus (Figure 3B) and melaleuca oils (Figure 3C), the regression curves were determined from the average of the two incubation periods, while the interactions between the variation sources were not significant.
Caption: FIGURA 1: Esquema da distribuicao das armadilhas adesivas a diferentes alturas para monitoramento de individuos de Thaumastocoris peregrinus em florestamento de Eucalyptus globulus.
Caption: Figure 1- Simple linear regression of Eucalyptus globulus growth under different water regimes evaluated biweekly during 120 days.
Bayesian estimation of genetic parameters for growth, stem straightness, and survival in Eucalyptus globulus on an Andean Foothill site.
globulus reforestation on the degree of water repellency in the soils of south-western Australia compared with other land uses (agriculture and natural bush land); (ii) investigate possible relationships between soil properties and water repellency through statistical analysis and simulations of interactions between particle surfaces and waxes; and (iii) explore the likely implications for plantation and water-resource management.
In this work, lethal and sublethal effects of ethanolic extracts from Ricinus communis, Annona squamosa and Eucalyptus globulus were studied by their potential to affect the population growth of the whitefly, T.
The leaves of Eucalyptus globulus were collected from rural area around Zaghouan, Tunisia with the help of a botanist at the University of Gafsa.
2002) reportaron la misma tendencia en la madera de Eucalyptus globulus.
In recent years a much smaller cluster of commonly utilised medicines has emerged, including Arsenicum album, Bryonia, Ipecacuanha, Eucalyptus globulus, Natrum muriaticum, Chinchona and Veratrum album.
minimus Sellnick, 1928** Chamobates cuspidatus 175 + 136 (Michael, 1884) Conchogneta willmanni -- (Dyrdowska, 1929) ** Eupelops acromios 50 + 58 (Hermann, 1804) Euzetes globulus (Nicolet, -- 1855) Fuscozetespseudosetosus -- Shaldybina, 1975 ** Galumna obvia (Berlese, 1914) 125 + 144 Heminothrus thori (Berlese, -- 1904) Hermanniella dolosa -- Grandjean, 1931 Hoplophthiracarus 675 + 456 iliinoisensis (Ewing, 1909) Hypochthonius rufulus Koch, 50 + 58 1835 Lauroppia falcata (Paoli, -- 1908) Malaconothrus monodactylus 525 + 321 (Michael, 1888) Medioppia hygrophila 1425 + 1459 (Mahunka, 1987) ** Metabelba sp.
He also introduced hundreds of economically important plants, including Japanese persimmon; Eucalyptus globulus tree; Japanese cedar (Cryptomeria japonica); 300 varieties of winter-hardy apples from Russia that had a profound effect on the Northeast's apple growing; camphor tree; one of the first magnolia trees in Washington D.