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layer

 [la´er]
a thin, flat plate or stratum of a composite structure; called also lamina.
ameloblastic layer the inner layer of cells of the enamel organ, which forms the enamel prisms of the teeth.
abrasion layer a protective covering of gelatin enclosing an emulsion on x-ray film; called also overcoat.
bacillary layer layer of rods and cones.
basal layer of endometrium the deepest layer of the uterine endometrium; it provides the regenerative endometrium after menstrual loss of the functional layer.
basal layer of epidermis stratum basale.
blastodermic layer germ layer.
clear layer stratum lucidum.
columnar layer mantle layer.
compact layer of endometrium a sublayer of the functional layer of endometrium, which faces the lumen of the uterus and contains the necks of the uterine glands.
enamel layer the outermost layer of cells of the enamel organ.
functional layer of endometrium the layer of endometrium facing the lumen of the uterus; its cells are cast off at menstruation and childbirth. Sublayers are the compact layer and the spongy layer. It is known as the decidua during pregnancy.
ganglionic layer of cerebellum the thin middle gray layer of the cortex of the cerebellum, consisting of a single layer of Purkinje cells.
germ layer (germ cell layer) any of the three primary layers of cells formed in the early development of the embryo (ectoderm, entoderm, and mesoderm), from which the organs and tissues develop.
germinative layer stratum germinativum.
granular layer
2. the deep layer of the cortex of the cerebellum.
3. the layer of follicle cells lining the theca of the vesicular ovarian follicle.
half-value layer the thickness of a given substance which, when introduced in the path of a given beam of rays, will reduce its intensity by one half.
Henle's layer the outermost layer of the inner root sheath of the hair follicle.
horny layer
2. the outer, compact layer of the nail.
malpighian layer stratum germinativum.
mantle layer the middle layer of the wall of the primordial neural tube, containing primordial nerve cells and later forming the gray matter of the central nervous system.
nervous layer all of the retina except the pigment layer; the inner layer of the optic cup.
odontoblastic layer the epithelioid layer of odontoblasts in contact with the dentin of teeth.
Ollier's layer the innermost layer of the periosteum.
prickle-cell layer stratum spinosum.
layer of rods and cones the layer of the nervous part of the retina, located between the pigmented part and the external limiting membrane, containing the sensory elements, the rods and cones.
spinous layer stratum spinosum.
spongy layer of endometrium a sublayer of the functional layer of endometrium, underlying the compact layer and containing the tortuous portions of the uterine glands.
subendocardial layer the layer of loose fibrous tissue uniting the endocardium and myocardium.
subepicardial layer the layer of loose connective tissue uniting the epicardium and myocardium.
zonal layer of thalamus a layer of myelinated fibers covering the dorsal surface of the thalamus.

overcoat

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Using 16,000 of slurry pounds per month, the freight paid to ship a conventional slurry for the first four months of the year is slightly more than what would be paid for shipping an entire year's worth of OverCoat powder.
Between 2004 and 2006, to fill the need for data on the latest overcoat products, researchers at the FHWA Turner-Fairbank Highway Research Center (TFHRC) conducted an inhouse study to evaluate how various overcoat materials perform when they are applied to different types of aged steel substrates.
We were impressed by the 'Guvnor-style overcoat," wrote the Lions fans,
This technique has been used successfully to deposit films with a range of hydrocarbon thickness from 3 [Angstrom] to 25 [Angstrom], using disks of different roughness (isotropic and anisotropic), different carbon overcoat thickness, and different carbon overcoat chemistry (hydrogenated carbon, nitrogenated carbon, and a mixed hydrogenate/nitrogenated carbon).
The Formalist critics and their followers, on the other hand, focused their attention on Gogol's extraordinary style, one of them, Dmitrii Chizhevsky devoting an entire article to the eccentric use of the word 'even' (dazhe) and another, Boris Eikhenbaum writing a book on The Overcoat that has become famous in its own right and is rightly the subject of close examination by the author.
This increases the density and therefore the amount of data that can be written or read and increases the capacity and speed of access; 2) OSD incorporates a thick overcoat on top of the recording layer.
Rogers, CT, is manufacturing its B/flex(R) 8080 line of liquid photoimageable overcoat (LPI) materials in the US to serve both US and European customers.
On parade, Johnstown Java was wearing a heavy trap six overcoat, and had the trainer's own overcoat on underneath.
As companies which supply pipe coatings jump into the ring with new claims about old technologies, engineers look for clarity in specifying overcoat protection for their FBE pipe coating against damage caused during directional bore pullback.
Heating the sample to 450 [degrees] C burns away the polymer, which escapes through the silicon dioxide overcoat.
At the beginning of the evening, clad in a dirty overcoat and hat, he moved like a scarecrow, breaking at each joint with every step he took.