rugosity


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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.

ru·gos·i·ty

(rū-gos'i-tē)
1. The state of being thrown into folds or wrinkles.
2. A ruga.
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Surface rugosity (Ra) ([my]m) is shown in cursive script in parenthesis Frictional property Mean Range Standard 95% confidence value deviationinterval Angle of 19.6 21.2-17.1 1.8 1 8.1-21.0 repose ([grados]) Emptying angle 21.8 24.3-19.8 1.9 1 9.9-23.6 of repose ([grados]) Static friction coefficient ([my]s) on: Plywood (6.63) 0.53 0.61-0.44 0.08 0.49-0.57 Steel-galvanized (0.66) 0.49 0.53-0.41 0.04 0.47-0.51 Steel-carbon (1.15) 0.47 0.49-0.35 0.09 0.42-9.52 Stainless 0.28 0.39-0.25 0.06 0.24-0.32 steel-304 (0.48) Rubber-nitrile (1.56) 0.62 0.71-0.36 0.11 0.55-0.69 Glass (0.05) 0.42 0.58-0.30 0.11 0.36-0.48
Sides of pronotum with weak rugosity on about anterior one-third, rest smooth.
The disease symptoms including wavy appearance on the third trifoliate leaves followed by crinkling, puckering and rugosity of leaves, shortening of petioles and crowding of leaves, first appeared in mechanically inoculated plants of Mash-88.
To examine this phenomenon in greater detail, we can zoom in Figure 16 to see with more detail the introduced rugosity depicted in Figure 17.
In each square, the number of individuals per taxon was quantified and the general substrate rugosity (Figure 2) was estimated according to the method proposed by Gratwicke and Speight (2005).
cheesmanae Wygodzinsky 1966 by its different wing and thorax coloration, the lack of strong transverse rugosity on the ventral surface of the mesoand metanota, and the structure of the male genitalia, (parameres more slender and less curved, aedeagus more slender, and phallothecal sclerite relatively shorter than in M.
(7) In addition to the ability for biofilm removal without causing damage, abrasion or rugosity in the dental enamel, chemical agents have exhibited the capacity to selectively eliminate oral pathogens without provoking a negative impact in commensal microbiota.
Printed material is easy to recognise but the resolution is limited by the inks and the rugosity of the surface to which they are applied.
potato leaves from plants showing mottling, leaf necrosis lesions, rugosity, yellowing, and stunting suspected to be of Potato virus Y (PVY) infection were collected from potato fields in Abu-Ghraib area (West of Baghdad).
The mantle muscle scars on the inner side of the valve, the arborescent rugosity and the absence of knobs on the adductor impression scars, the later being a character in P.