nebulitic

nebulitic

[‚neb·yə′lid·ik]
(petrology)
Having indistinct boundaries between textural elements.
Of or pertaining to a nebulite.
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Still downwards, the rock consist of a feldspathic groundmass with a texture close to nebulitic in which only very thin amphibolitic films occur, corresponding to (or transposed into) schistosity planes, and offoliated hololeucocratic granite.
In the original description of borehole Js-799, these rocks were described as leucocratic or nebulitic migmatites (Pazdernik 1987).
Migmatites with nebulitic structure, which can be described as diatexites in the terminology of Brown (1973), are formed by weakly foliated rocks.