The fingerprints were classified broadly into their four types namely, loops, whorls
, arches and composites to find out the frequency of distribution of the fingerprint patterns in the students.
For the index finger of the left hand, the arch and whorl
patterns illustrated a uniform distribution in both controls and patients, while the distribution of the loop pattern revealed a statistically significant difference between the 2 groups (p=0.
triadicae were collected in leaf whorls
near Leesburg (Lake County; 28.
When the residuals were plotted against whorl
height, no obvious change in variance was observed, nor were there any increasing or decreasing linear trends with increasing whorl
height (WH), just a very small wavy pattern about one-quarter to one-half the magnitude of the root mean square error (RMSE) on average.
inoculation technique was used successfully in sorghum plant (Hepperly et al.
And at the end of The Book of the Long Sun, he refuses to leave the Whorl
with the members of his manteion, choosing instead to remain behind with his beautiful but faithless new wife Hyacinth.
Anterior quarter of whorl
mostly occupied by kidney (ki) and pericardium (pc).
Fibrosarcomas and myofibroblastic fibrosarcomas have similar cytoplasmic and nuclear features to hemangiopericytoma, but similarly to PNST, tumor cells exhibit a whorl
pattern around a collagenous center, but lack concentric perivascular whorls
(GOLDSCHMIDT & HENDRICK, 2002; GROSS et al.
Tetrasporangia ovoid, 37-50[micron]m in diameter, 50-60[micron]m long, one or two per whorl
(Figs 14-17, Table 1).
In some, the tooth whorl
is placed on the upper jaw, curling outward like a spiky elephant trunk.
Shell shape discoidal, number of whorls
3, umbilicus perforate, shell pale horn colour, glossy, depressed, dextral, whorls
convex, suture well developed, last whorl
expanded, periphery rounded to angulated only in last whorl
, but not influencing the aperture, aperture is ovate-lunate, non- operculate, umbilicus broad, surface of the shell closely and obliquely striated.
Pine trees typically grow in annual spurts, putting on one whorl
of branches each year (Figures 1 and 2).