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spheroid

(sfeer -oid) See ellipsoid.

spheroid

[′sfir‚ȯid]
(mathematics)
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The highest percentage of spheroid pores occurred in the gibbsitic Latosol, whereas platy pores were more abundant in the kaolinitic Latosol.
Cells of these spheroids demonstrate increased production and cell function more closely aligned to that of in vivo hepatocytes compared to cells comprising a traditional monolayer morphology [6].
Location of conventionally floating spheroids can be controlled over time or after liquid exchanges.
Viable free-floating spheroids and adherent cells from each well were quantitated by microscopic visual counting and automated cell counter, respectively, and processed further as needed.
sphere, spheroid or triaxial ellipsoid as the special subset of more general manifolds.
Another remarkable work in the collection was White Spheroid with Splashes.
Each spheroid is uniquely determined by the centre X (reference point), the length A of major semiaxis, the length C of minor semiaxis, and the angles [THETA] and [PHI] which describe its orientation.
Graphite inserts and their shells shape and distribution are not uniform, there are insert with poor regular spheroid shape.
It is not, however, perfectly round but an oblate spheroid.
It was considered that the coffee berry could be represented by a prolate spheroid shape type (MOHSENIN, 1986), as seen in Figure 1.
The 18 oral, poster, and review papers consider such aspects as fishing tackle in Hispania, the origin and development of tuna fishing nets, techniques of fishing from in the light of nautical archeology, the archaeological evidence from Ostia about fishing vessels in antiquity, terra sigillata as a source for fishing gear of the early imperial period, archaeological evidence for ancient fixed-net fishing in northern Morocco, and spheroid clay weights from the Venetian lagoon.