inner mantle

inner mantle

[¦in·ər ′mant·əl]
(geology)
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The low density inner mantle layers are built to bring out the engine in the ball and increase distance.
Typical mantle cell lymphoma is an aggressive disease originating from peripheral B lymphocytes of the inner mantle zone of secondary follicles possessing the canonical t(11;14) translocation of CCDN1 and IGH genes.
Under Ganymede's thin, icy crust lies a well-defined upper mantle of warmer ice, an inner mantle of silicate, and a molten iron core.
Neither hyperplasia nor metaplasia of the inner mantle epithelium was observed, but a distortion of the mantle tissue resulting from mechanical stretching was noticeable (Figs.
Each grain has a silicate core, surrounded by an inner mantle of hydrocarbon material and an outer mantle of ice flecked with minute, dark particles.
After this point in time, tectonic plates that undergo subduction are heavier and pass into the inner mantle where they are broken apart, preventing them from forming a basaltic barrier.
The infrared observations have provided us with an early and quite complete view into the inner mantle of the supernova," Moseley says.

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