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rugosity

 [roo-gos´ĭ-te]
1. the condition of being rugose.
2. a fold, wrinkle, or ruga.

ru·gos·i·ty

(rū-gos'i-tē),
1. The state of being thrown into folds or wrinkles.
2. A ruga.

rugosity

/ru·gos·i·ty/ (roo-gos´ĭ-te)
1. a condition of being rugose.
2. a fold, wrinkle, or ruga.

ru·gos·i·ty

(rū-gos'i-tē)
1. The state of being thrown into folds or wrinkles.
2. A ruga.

rugosity

1. the condition of being rugose.
2. a fold, wrinkle or ruga.
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Group 1 of the reef habitat (Figure 5) was characterized by large fleshy alga cover, zoanthids and coral with less rugosity.
The specimens have characteristic depth of the central enamel folds, enamel layer rugosity and shape of the major conids.
Muscular impression in both valves with arborescent rugosity.
The preparation conditions also affected the rugosity of the polymeric film.
However, the degree of leaf rugosity was variable within and between spp.
outside the bed, probably a consequence of sharing ecological factors in common (bottom steepness, substratum rugosity, depth, current, etc.
A rugosity index, representing the overall relief of the bottom, was calculated from the ratio of the total chain length (10 m) to the straight line between its extremes, which was measured in-situ with a metered tape.
Direct and indirect effects of predation, herbivory and surface rugosity on mussel recruitment.
Yellow Dwarf of Potato--A viral disease characterized by dwarfing, yellowing of the foliage, rugosity (roughness) and rolling upward of the leaves, and stem, leaf, and tuber necrosis.
A second experiment was conducted to replicate portions of the above experiment and to assess the effect of rugosity (grooves; cf.