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tex·tur·al

(teks'chŭr-ăl),
Relating to the texture of the tissues.
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tex·tur·al

(teks'chŭr-ăl)
Relating to the texture of the tissues.
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012

textural

(tĕks′tū-răl) [L. textura, weaving]
Concerning the texture or constitution of a tissue.
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This may be partly responsible for a decline in water-holding capacity and the improved textural properties of the germinated yogurt.
Hypothetical data with a maximum range and higher variations of percent sand, silt and clay covering the USDA textural classes (Fig.
Textiles went deeply textural, lending a casual and handmade look to interiors.
With the aid of a realistic 3D digital MR phantom of the human brain, the objective of the current study was to examine the impact of pulse sequence parameter selection on MRI-based textural features of the brain.
As the changes in textural characteristics of Crescenza cheese could be affected by different LAB starters or coagulating agents used, three different types of Crescenza cheeses were manufactured at the CREA-ZA pilot dairy (Lodi, Italy) as follows:
According to [10], the textural images derived from Gabor filters are the real part of convolving the image I(x, y) with different s and d.
Fat imparts the functional, textural and sensory properties of cheese; hence, reducing or replacing fat in cheese is not an easy job (Gunasekaran and Ak, 2003).
These textural variations also affected the mechanical properties of the rocks.
TEXTURAL contrast is a really important element of a colour scheme.
This study aimed to determine limiting values of S-index using soil physical attributes and validate it with soybean root growth, in soils with different textural classes.