A continuous sequence of thin sections
was taken at 0.1-m increments over the top 1.0 m of the profile, and sections from depths of 0.2-0.3, 0.7-0.8 and 0.8-0.9 m have been used here.
Full view of pores and intergranular secondary pores develops from a blue-epoxy-impregnated thin sections
of conventional core samples.
Based on the field evidences and laboratory (microscopic) studies of thin sections
of the representative rock samples of the studied sections it is concluded that:
The specie Orbitiolites complanatus are found in few thin sections
(Plate 1: E).
Using thin sections
we are examining apparent (as pointed by Chaolu & Zhijiu 2001) microfabric distribution in the Late Weichselian basal till and associated shear zone exposed in western Latvia.
These methods were: (1) reading the external rings on the shell; (2) counting the growth rings on thin sections
of the hinge plate (chondrophore): and (3) counting growth rings of whole shell thin sections
Tilting the mold ensures that the parison is pinched far enough down the handle to avoid thin sections
. An added benefit is that the bottle is formed with no pinch on the pour side of the opening, thus ensuring smooth pouring.
One of the oldest and most fundamental techniques for characterizing filler dispersion is analysis of microtomed thin sections
with light microscopy.
This paper summarizes a petrographic analysis often thin sections
prepared from Riggs and Fort Yates ware sherds (ca.
Tadpoles at various stages of m) examined for promotormdevelopment were fixed and cryostat thin sections
(14 driven GFP expression using fluorescent microscopy.
A microtome blade was used to produce thin sections
of southern pine sapwood about 200 to 250 [micro]m thick.
For instance thin sections
are not as energy efficient as thick ones.