interlamellar


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in·ter·la·mel·lar

(in'tĕr-lă-mel'ăr, -lam'ĕ-lăr),
Between lamellae.

interlamellar

(ĭn″tĕr-lă-mĕl′ăr) [″ + lamella, layer]
Between lamellae.
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Therefore the microcavities in iPP induced by macroscopic deformation are necessary precursor of the interlamellar shear, which should be observed before any large scale crystal breakup [20].
It is a phenomenon known by formation of imperfect crystals in the spaces of interlamellar spherulites and by the restriction of movement of the amorphous phase, which is unable to dissipate energy by viscous flow [77].
The gill coccidia were present mainly in the interlamellar bridges, three of them were selected randomly and counted at a magnification of 400 times.
Diagnosis (based on Ethiopian specimens): body size 315-332 x 182-199; rostrum rounded; rostral setae ciliate, longer than smooth lamellar and interlamellar setae; sensilli long, with elongate lanceolate, indistinctly barbed head; interbothridial region with three pairs of muscle sigillae; notogastral setae c represented by alveoli, other setae of medium size, thin, slightly barbed; anogenital setae of medium size, similar in length, smooth.
Morphometric analysis was applied to plan metric integration of interlamellar tissue in gills, were counted the superposes camps using a reticle composed of hexagonal areas (S = 3L.
Hyperplasia might also cause obliteration of the entire interlamellar space and in severe cases also caused fusion of adjacent lamellae (Abbas and Ali, 2007).
2009), the internal nacre is obtained by progressive, horizontal partition of the outer granular prisms with the interlamellar membranes typical of nacre over a very short thickness.
These mechanical properties are related to interlamellar spacing (Gomes et al.
Nanolayered materials are structures in which different functional groups such as medicine, fertilizer, magnetic agents, polymers etc could enter interlamellar spaces resulting in the production of products with properties related to their current layers.
It is important to distinguish these mechanical interlamellar connections from molecular corneal collagen cross-links.
exilis has not been reported in tissues other than the interlamellar troughs of the gills of channel catfish, making the discovery of these spores in the caudal fin and kidney a new site preference for this organism in catfish.
The tissue disks that result from this procedure consist of a double layer of lamellae (descending and ascending arm) that are connected by interlamellar tissue bridges.