Polygonal


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Polygonal

Forms characteristic of a closed plane figure having three or more straight sides.
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Individual tumor cells were round to polygonal with round to oval nuclei, fine chromatin, inconspicuous nucleoli and abundant eosinophilic to clear cytoplasm (Figure 3).
This may lead to wrong interpretation of results, so this is avoided in the polygonal illustrations by using arrows, arrow heads and/or considering only one type of writing combination.
The lumen width is 2.57 m, regular and polygonal or rarely irregular lumina.
Caption: Given the advantages of polygonal bores, it might turn out to be the "next big thing" in barrels, even though it's been around a good long while.
With a view to verifying the integrity of 3D polygonal models, this paper proposes a low-complexity, high-capacity, distortion-controllable, region-based fragile watermarking algorithm with a high embedding rate.
The play of polygonal shapes also creates attractive effects on the flanks of the Q2.
An accurate collocation solution of the integral equations on polygonal boundaries in the meridian plane, is in focus of the research.
Certain features of polygonal cracking can be attributed to the characteristics and fabric of the granite in the final stage of magmatic consolidation (Leonard, 1929).
Most internal moulds of Mackinnonia davidi have at least faint polygonal texture along comarginal ridges and sometimes at the apex.
Most algorithms have been implemented with polygonal surfaces, but could also be implemented with B-splines [9].
Allen said that its features include a general brown colouration with numerous clusters of mainly 2-3 dark polygonal spots, widely scattered white spots in the matrix between dark clusters.