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  • shape
  • This increased strength and rigidity can help preserve the morphology (shape and structure) of the sample as it is processed for further analysis. (wikipedia.org)
  • disease
  • Historically MDS and AML in Down syndrome patients have been included in classification with MDR-disease, and they are discussed below, but given their excellent outcome with chemotherapy, their apparent single gene (GATA-1) founder mutation, and their differing morphology from other MDS disease, they should now be considered a separate entity distinct from MDS. (medscape.com)
  • phonology
  • Generally synchronic in approach, concentrating on the phonology, morphology and syntax of the modern representatives of the group, the volume also covers their historical development, areal context, writing systems and aspects of sociolinguistics. (google.com)
  • Following notions in STRUCTURALISM LINGUISTICS, the focus of CA is on the surface forms of both L1 and L2 systems, and on describing and comparing the languages one level at a time -generally contrasting the phonology of L1 and L2 first, then morphology and then syntax. (scribd.com)
  • Within the Department of English, linguistics faculty have expertise in a variety of areas, including phonology, syntax, morphology, sociolinguistics (especially American English dialects), linguistics and literature, and the history of English. (ttu.edu)
  • A better place to look for Berber influence in Algerian dialects, generally speaking, is phonology and vocabulary. (blogspot.com)
  • grammatical
  • 9. Parts of speech A part of speech is a category of words (or, more generally, of lexical items) which have similar grammatical properties. (slideshare.net)
  • Swedish has two genders and is generally seen to have two grammatical cases - nominative and genitive (except for pronouns that, as in English, also are inflected in the object form) - although it is debated if the genitive in Swedish should be seen as a genitive case, or just the nominative plus the so-called genitive s , then seen as a clitic . (wikipedia.org)
  • The dialect of the Chaamba is one of the few dialects of the Algerian Sahara for which a grammatical description has been published ( Grand'Henry 1976 ), and its morphology, at least, is pretty well studied. (blogspot.com)
  • morphological
  • The Cambridge Handbook of Morphology describes the diversity of morphological phenomena in the world's languages, surveying the methodologies by which these phenomena are investigated and the theoretical interpretations that have been proposed to explain them. (cambridge.org)
  • Apart from learning-associated changes in fine spine morphology, it is generally believed that no major morphological change takes place in the adult brain and that the general organization and connectivity of brain circuitry remains quite stable throughout adulthood. (frontiersin.org)
  • Chinese native speakers (no L1 verb-tense morphology) viewed Latin utterances combining lexical and morphological cues to temporality under control conditions (CCs) and three types of explicit FFI: verb grammar instruction (VG), verb salience with textual enhancement (VS), and verb pretraining (VP), and their use of these cues was assessed in a subsequent comprehension test. (frontiersin.org)
  • FFI was effective in increasing attention to verb-tense morphology, however, the processing of morphological cues was considerably more difficult under aural presentation. (frontiersin.org)
  • cell morphology
  • High quality hepatocytes, with high viabilities, in vivo -like enzyme expression levels, and proper cell morphology increase the ability to draw in vitro ⁄ in vivo correlations and make sound decisions regarding a compound's fate. (thermofisher.com)
  • 2017
  • This 4*P Coma Morphology Campaign is nearly identical to what we carried out for Comet ISON (C/2012 S1) and is aimed at achieving science objectives facilitated by multi-longitudinal observations during the upcoming close approaches of comets 41P/Tuttle-Giacobini-Kresak (hereafter 41P/TGK) and 45P/Honda-Mrkos-Pajdusakova (hereafter 45P/HMP) in 2017 and comet 46P/Wirtanen in 2018. (psi.edu)
  • noun
  • Altaic noun morphology is rich in cases: Turkish has six, Classical Mongolian has seven cases, and Northern Tungus languages have usually more than ten cases. (uni-graz.at)
  • B. Bergman, L. Wallin, Noun and Verbal Classifiers in Swedish Sign Language M. Arnoff, I. Meir, C. Padden, W. Sandler, Classifier Complexes and Morphology in Two Sign Languages. (questia.com)
  • PS: modern Greek has changed the morphology of the ancient noun towards regularizing extended stems, as it is wont to do, though I'm only guessing on the form here. (ibiblio.org)
  • spherical
  • For example, titanium dioxide (TiO2) is a common interference due to its spherical morphology and its expansive use in food, commercial and pharmaceutical products. (emsl.com)
  • The morphology of anisotropic silica is various, i.e. spherical shape, rod-like shape and curly shape, depending on which silane coupling agent is added. (eurekalert.org)
  • Beaufort Sea
  • Landsat-1 and NOAA satellite imagery for the winter 1972-1973, and a variety of ice and sea-floor data were used to study sea-ice zonation and dynamics and their relation to bottom morphology and geology on the Beaufort Sea continental shelf of arctic Alaska. (usgs.gov)
  • The sedimentary succession is thickest in the southern Beaufort Sea region, reaching more than 15 km, and generally thins to the north and west. (usgs.gov)
  • Citation
  • In morphology and lexicography , a lemma (plural lemmas or lemmata ) is the canonical form , dictionary form , or citation form of a set of words ( headword ). (wikipedia.org)
  • descriptive
  • A descriptive analysis of the morphology of concept maps was conducted in order to compare the integration of the students' knowledge structures, and statistical analyses were done to understand the differences between groups. (biomedcentral.com)
  • characteristics
  • Bush crickets (Tettigoniidae) and crickets (Gryllinae) diverged some 240 million years ago, with each lineage developing unique characteristics in wing morphology and the associated mechanics of stridulation. (biologists.org)
  • However, it is now realized that water availability is a more generally important control on their characteristics. (usf.edu)
  • males
  • Females were generally smaller than males, but females had relatively thicker wings than males for their size, which suggests greater mechanical strength. (hindawi.com)
  • Plumage, morphology and size are similar in both sexes, although males are generally larger and heavier. (hbw.com)
  • examination
  • The plant reveals more of its story upon organized examination of its morphology --- traced throughout its development --- starting from its inception as a seed. (berkeley.edu)
  • Microscopic methods include five generally accepted systems of examination. (nen.nl)
  • Furthermore, it destroys features which might be of importance for future examination of the internal morphology. (phasmatodea.com)
  • weaknesses
  • Polygonal craters can form for a number of reasons, and usually the morphology results from pre-existing structural weaknesses in the material at the impact site, such as what is observed with the terrestrial Meteor Crater . (asu.edu)
  • However, as we employ multiple surface scanners, each possessing its own strengths and weaknesses, an object's morphology, size, and complexity must first be assessed by the staff at the IVL before any scanning can begin. (isu.edu)
  • erosion
  • Splash erosion is generally seen as the first and least severe stage in the soil erosion process, which is followed by sheet erosion, then rill erosion and finally gully erosion (the most severe of the four). (wikipedia.org)
  • particle
  • These carbons differ in their aggregate morphology, particle size, and particle nanostructure. (mdpi.com)
  • Carbon black is manufactured elemental carbon with customized particle size and aggregate morphology [ 1 ]. (mdpi.com)
  • For inorganic rigid particle-filled polymer composites, the physical, heatproof and mechanical properties depend, to a great extent, upon interfacial morphology, like the interfacial adhesion between the filler and the matrix, interfacial structure, and the dispersion of the inclusions in the matrix [8- (degruyter.com)
  • Recent research published in a paper in NANO by a group of researchers from Nanjing Tech University showed an emulsion-based one-pot synthesis of anisotropic silica by adding various silane coupling agents provides an effective strategy to control particle morphology and modification. (eurekalert.org)
  • mainly
  • its questions, processes, and results alike-although in part generally presentable in the shape of morphology-are mainly, like the higher mathematics, unintelligible except to those who make them a subject of serious study. (wikisource.org)
  • surface
  • A distinct oval morphology was easily discernable, marked by a protuberance outlining the surface edge of the seed. (nau.edu)
  • Since the weathering processes (like wind and rain) that eventually obscure impact structures here on Earth don't occur on the Moon, the Moon's surface preserves billions of years of impact history and a variety of impact structure morphologies. (asu.edu)
  • The team also released an enhanced color map of the surface of Ceres, highlighting the diversity of surface materials and their relationships to surface morphology. (nasa.gov)
  • however, in objects with a high degree of surface morphology, more photos are taken to fill in whichever holes may exist. (isu.edu)
  • SEM images were also used to analyse the surface morphology of the membranes, which was generally fairly uniform and smooth. (ecn.nl)
  • The elevation of marine terraces has been usually estimated from its surface morphology and is used as a proxy for the calculation of the amount of uplift since the terrace was formed. (udec.cl)
  • In prior our previous studies, we generally assumed that there was only one type of surface morphology, but we discovered several types. (isas.ac.jp)
  • mortality
  • Marshall, LJ 2011 , 'The fin blue line : quantifying fishing mortality using shark fin morphology', PhD thesis, University of Tasmania. (edu.au)
  • basins
  • Ceres does not have as many large impact basins as scientists expected, but the number of smaller craters generally matches their predictions. (nasa.gov)
  • contexts
  • In other words, the focus was on words and phrases - small subsegments, if you will - and these termbanks were generally compiled for specific large organizations operating in specific contexts and were not readily transferrable to other entities. (ata-divisions.org)
  • genera
  • Traditionally, the two principal genera of modern filmy ferns have been recognized as Hymenophyllum and Trichomanes , which differ in details of the soral morphology . (britannica.com)
  • shapes
  • Conversely, making images well-composed solves those problems and then gives access to many powerful tools already known in mathematical morphology as the Tree of Shapes which is of our principal interest. (archives-ouvertes.fr)
  • vocabulary
  • For example, just taking the word " morphology " and understanding that " morph " means " form " and " ology " is " study of " helps expand vocabulary and to learn words like " metamorphosis " (change form) and "psychology" ( study of the mind ). (busyteacher.org)
  • One can note it not only in phonetics and morphology, but also in the vocabulary, where one finds numerous words and directions that clearly disappeared from French. (wikipedia.org)
  • Variation
  • Measuring Intraspecific Variation in Flight-Related Morphology of Monarch Butterflies (Danaus plexippus): Which Sex Has the Best Flying Gear? (hindawi.com)
  • This ecophenotypy is preserved among death assemblages, although with generally greater variation due to time averaging and shell transport. (geoscienceworld.org)
  • although
  • Although N. magister generally is larger in mass and with longer vibrissae, identification based on single measurements is unreliable because of morphometric overlap (Ray 2000). (usda.gov)
  • Lateral lips generally absent, although in a few populations they are well developed, and others only remnant are visible on the head region. (padil.gov.au)
  • Although insect cells have been historically cultured in stationary systems utilizing T-flasks and serum-supplemented basal medium, insect cells are generally not anchorage dependent and can easily be maintained in suspension culture. (thermofisher.com)
  • Although the guineafowl constitute a distinctive group within the Galliformes, in structure and morphology they are generally rather similar to most other members of the order. (hbw.com)
  • From visual exposure, the FFI conditions were broadly equivalent at tuning attention to the morphology, although VP resulted in balanced attention to both cues. (frontiersin.org)
  • populations
  • Here we examine the shell morphology of two adjacent populations, both live collected and death assemblages, of the infaunal, suspension-feeding, intertidal bivalve Leukoma staminea from the well-studied Argyle Creek and Argyle Lagoon locations on San Juan Island, Washington. (geoscienceworld.org)
  • Productivity was generally low and brood development rarely reached the pupal stage, with one exception that suggests that endemic populations are capable of rapid increase in certain hosts. (gc.ca)
  • Evolution
  • The brain is strikingly plesiomorphic in many features, particularly in the retention of large dorsally positioned optic lobes of the tectum, but generally shows features that are intermediate between gorgonopsians and cynodonts, thus clarifying this stage of the evolution of the synapsid brain. (bioone.org)
  • widely
  • Because processing methods widely vary in many studies of thermoelectric performance, it is difficult to form clear connections between morphology and thermoelectric performance ( 7 ). (sciencemag.org)
  • Widely foraging lizards in the Kalahari desert, the Western Australian desert, and the North American desert generally eat more prey that are sedentary, unpredictably distributed, and clumped (e.g., termites) or that are large and inaccessible (inactive scorpions) than do sit-and-wait lizards. (washington.edu)
  • structural
  • Routine structural reports or crystal morphology descriptions, even when combined with an analysis of properties or potential applications, are generally considered to be outside the scope of the journal and are unlikely to be accepted. (rsc.org)
  • study
  • Observations with sufficient signal-to-noise that could be used in any publication resulting from this study will be acknowledged with co-authorship for the observers similar to our publication that resulted from the Global Coma Morphology Campaign for Comet ISON (Samarasinha et al. (psi.edu)
  • Describe major concepts, trends, approaches/systems, and difficulties in Natural Language Processing and the study of language generally. (bham.ac.uk)
  • For more advanced learners, do some further study of morphology and typical root words as well as prefixes and suffixes and their meaning in English. (busyteacher.org)
  • We present H-alpha+[NII] and [OIII] line fluxes from aperture photometry, finding the values to fall expectedly on the redshift-luminosity trend from a past HST/WFPC2 emission line study of a larger, generally higher redshift subset of the 3CR. (arxiv.org)
  • perpendicular
  • In seam carbon the globules are generally modified into elongated 'spindles' oriented perpendicular to bedding. (lyellcollection.org)
  • The valleys are quite similar on both side of the border, being generally oriented perpendicular to the main chain and descending progressively into the Rhône Valley on the north and the Aosta Valley on the south. (wikipedia.org)
  • growth
  • Growth rate and growth morphology in principle should give rise to recognizable changes at low flow. (usf.edu)
  • Phase
  • In the other thread, the non-open discussion for Extreme Morphology, I was moving on to the topic of lore and fact in the setting of Eclipse Phase, but the devs want to keep things in that thread on topic. (eclipsephase.com)
  • word
  • Chapter 2 looks at the concept of the word, word classes and their associated morphology. (rice.edu)
  • AFRIKAANSE OPSOMMING: Die skedelmorfologie van die vroeë Therocephalia word bespreek op historiese, anatomies-vergelykende en taksonomiese grondslag. (sun.ac.za)
  • Daar word aangetoon dat die familienaam Scylacosauridae voorrang geniet bo die algemeen aanvaarde naam Pristerognathidae en dat ander historiese familiename binne die Therocephalia, te wete Alopecodontidae en Ictidosauridae ongeldig is en gevolglik binne die parameters van die enkele familie Scylacosauridae resorteer. (sun.ac.za)
  • Nuwe eksemplare het ook aan die lig gebring dat 'n digotomie binne die vroee Therocephalia bestaan en dat 'n tweede takson, gebaseer op 'n groot aantal anatomiese kenmerke, gevolglik uitgeken kan word. (sun.ac.za)
  • Die Lycosuchidae word verteenwoordig deur die enkele takson Lycosuchus en die Scylacosauridae deur Scylacosaurus, Pristerognathus, Pardosuchus, Ictidosaurus, Glanosuchus en Alopecodon. (sun.ac.za)
  • Numeriese en alfabetiese lyste van al die eksemplare wat ooit in die bostaande families geplaas is, word verskaf. (sun.ac.za)
  • Elke eksemplaar word uitvoerig bespreek en fotografies gedokumenteer met behulp van stereofotos in 'n poging om die evaluering daarvan so objektief as moontlik te maak en om die leser wat nie die eksemplare eerstehands kon inspekteer nie, te help. (sun.ac.za)