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arborescence

[¦är·bə¦res·əns]
(biology)
The state of being treelike in form and appearance.
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La pensee en arborescence va se declencher lorsqu'on lui parle mais elle va aussi etre activee par une odeur, un gout, une image.
Gross pathological and histopathological findings were consistent with diagnosis of lipoma arborescence (Figure 5A and 5B).
Arborescence Capital is specialised in the design, structuring, implementation, trade and the management of financing instruments required by infrastructure projects in the energy sector.
They constitute what Guattari (2011 [1979], page 87) calls a landscape-face, "simultaneously a vanishing point and a centralizing point, a point of arborescence and closure whose translation engenders the illusion of a homogeneous world of signification".
La propriete intellectuelle est l'une de ces branches du droit qui a degenere de la sorte et qui deploie desormais une arborescence de lois particulierement hermetiques.
The degree of arborescence of these species is not unlimited.
In the arborescence of the realist research programme, however, diverging predictions can be made about the constraints that weigh upon Chinese strategic choices.
There are knots of arborescence in rhizomes and rhizomatic offshoots in roots.
Les informations issues de la transcription de tous les entretiens ont ete triees selon differents themes et sous-themes, formant ainsi une arborescence.
Abrupt deceleration of molecular evolution linked to the origin of arborescence in ferns.
Deleuze criticizes the French for being too fond of "roots, trees, the survey, the points of arborescence, the properties" ("Superiority" 37); only through a long, unbroken flight can worlds be discovered (36).
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