clamp connection


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clamp connection

[′klamp kə‚nek·shən]
(mycology)
In the Basidiomycetes, a lateral connection formed between two adjoining cells of a filament and arching over the septum between them and permitting a type of pseudosexual activity.
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Single spore isolates were examined for the absence of clamp connections prior to the cross experiments to eliminate possible contamination with dikaryon (presence of clamp connection) isolates (Capelari and Fungaro 2003; Miyazaki et al.
8m-radius casting will form part of a clamp connection to the existing substructure which will be braced to offer a permanent engineering solution.
A pluggable spring clamp connection (available as accessory) is used for signal connection allowing for the sensor connection to be prepared separately.
These feature self-locking screw clamp connection technology for a maintenance-free and vibration-proof connection.
A flashing green LED light verifies the clamp connection and low-resistance ground loop.
Existing pumps can be converted to the clamp connection with the Chart Quick-Clamp Converter Kit.
4 [micro]m thick), conspicuously and commonly clamped, occasionally locally swollen up to 8 [micro]m at clamp connection, tightly packed, more or less parallel, adherent.
Using a standard sanitary clamp connection, the TCI ClampConnect can be used with sight glasses, lights, instrumentation, and rupture discs in pharmaceutical and biotech processes.
Trendsetters scopes of work covers multiple clamp connection systems, subsea distribution equipment, MEG filter modules, 2 connection systems and subsea manifolds.
Housed in a DIN-rail mountable, metal package, the unit features pluggable input and output wiring with integrated Cage Clamp connection technology, over-voltage protection, short/open circuit proof, thermal overload protection, and real efficiency rating of 89 percent.