Grains are spheroidal
and inaperturate (Table 2, Fig.
Pollak, Prolate spheroidal
wave functions, Fourier analysis and uncertainty II, Bell Sys.
These were roughly spheroidal
cells of approximately 5 [micro]m in diameter, deep basophilic nuclei and a high nucleocitoplasmic quotient.
wave equation, eigenvalue, numerical computation, error estimate, infinite symmetric tridiagonal matrix
This paper discusses a unique type of controlled coagulation process which yields dense, spheroidal
particle, millimeters to centimeters in diameter, made by the concentric encrustation of a nucleus by algae, cyanobacteria, or other microbes.
All sound elements were cleaned and finished with modern paints; broken elements were replaced in cast spheroidal
graphite iron to exactly the same sections as the originals.
Suspect PRR particles are identified by their morphology (typically 1 to 20 micron spheroidal
particles) using a SEM, which are then analyzed for the elements they contain using X-ray EDS.
Gears are hardened and ground spheroidal
(Gleason-type) that assure robust, high performance for this heavy-duty milling attachment.
shapes of these carrollite replacement remnants have some similarities, with respect to shape and size, to the spheroidal
textures that are typical for the main portions of the bornite pods represented by abundant chalcopyrite and bornite.
Computer models predict that in about four billion years the galactic pair will become one spheroidal
It also generates from spheroidal
HDLs small lipid-poor apolipoprotein (apo) A-I-containing particles (4-6), which are thought to act as the primary acceptors of cell-derived cholesterol from peripheral tissues (7).