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surface structure

(LINGUISTICS) see DEEP AND SURFACE STRUCTURE.
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USDA-ARS scientists analyzed the infrared heating of plums to see how this treatment would affect the plums' surface structure and drying rate.
Ludlow confirmed that plans are being made to dismantle the surface structure and assess the damage.
As surface structures on the bacterial cell, the functions of fimbriae overlap with those of capsules discussed below.
Abstract: In this work the approach are based exactly on surface--structural characteristics of textile samples and the main idea was to examine the approach using fuzzy logic based technique in order to provide the method that would include surface parameters of textile samples that are of importance in colour applying on a different structured textile surfaces The results obtained confirms the possibility of using the linguistic form of fuzzy logic that allows any subjective as well as objective parameter to be processed, which is of significant importance in studying the influence of textile surface structure parameters on colour appearance.
Even complex surface structures such as gear-toothed surfaces can be formed.
The authors also analyzed surface structures in proteins that are cross-reactive.
The preservation of delicate branches and surface structures on the specimens show that local people collected live coral from shallow waters and deposited it in a temple the same day, the scientists say.
Modified surface structures and charges on the pigments for these applications will continue to be an area of development with these fast developing printing technologies," he said.
TERRART-LARGE, TERRART-MID, TERRART-SHINGEL and TERRART SOLID, the patented TERRART-FLEX substructure allows the facades to be integrated into a range of traditional and modern wall constructions, with dimensions, colours, surface structures and glazes all subject to the architect and client's approval.
Moving through compressible soils up to four feet per minute, the pneumatically operated Red-Hog Express travels underneath obstructions such as roads, driveways, walks, parking lots, runways and foundations without disturbing existing surface structures and landscaping.
The system also captures images of other surface structures such as cracks, pitting, corrosion and coating thickness at 20X resolution.

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