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macrostructure

(măk′rō-strŭk″tūr)
The overall or gross structure of an entity.
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While the team did not observe differences in brain macrostructure, they did find regional differences in white matter microstructure and functional connectivity.
Figure 4a shows the phases and inter-critical regions formed in the iron-carbon phase diagram and Figure 4b shows the macrostructure of a resistance spot weld indicating the different zones.
Le cluster no 5 regroupe les articles sur la base d'une macrostructure principale, celle de la lutte aux manifestations illegales et violentes.
Caption: Figure 2: The macrostructure of part of the 30 [micro]m/s withdrawn DS ingot showing the columnar structure (left) and dendritic structure (right).
Bacterial concentration is not easily controlled in spectral measurement; in order to exactly calculate the diameters of the macrostructure and internal structure of the bacteria, the measured spectra are normalized with the total optical density between 230 and 820 nm.
The comparison of the parameters of sleep macrostructure of patients with and without ES was summarized in Table 2.
In order to get some proofs for instrumental measurement some visual observation was also obtained from the macrostructure containing test tubes (data not shown).A fixed amount of different emulsions having various contents of protein was taken and their macrostructure were taken.
This is a strategic use of macrostructure by the author to promote the existence of IFC to the readers as an organization which will support them if they want to renounce the religion.
The macrostructure, microstructure observations and impact test were carried out and evaluated.
Labov's (1972) model for the analysis of narrative macrostructure of stories relating personal experiences has been suggested as a possible universal measure of narrativity and has been applied to a variety of narratives.