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digitation

[‚dij·ə′tā·shən]
(geology)
A secondary recumbent anticline emanating from a larger recumbent anticline.
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Bulb edges may show delicate digitations and sub-digitations developed between them and the bedding plane above.
Malocclusion was based on evaluation of occlusion, checked for maximum inter digitations, midline relationship, molar relationship and attrition wear facet relationship.
Histopathological examination of the skin lesion showed a focus of epidermal hyperplasia with papillomatosis and epidermal digitations.
5 um thick, smooth; digitations 2-13 um long; pedicel short, light brown, persistent, 8 um long.
5, fama) comprising extensive series of oral ridges, those on upper part of fama (immediately posteriad to maxillary palps) formed of fringes of uniform, closely-abutting finger-like digitations (Fig.
This paper provides examples of subject areas attuned to digitations including literature, history, current events, sociology, health and science, and local collections.
Ministerial Network for Valorizing Activities in Digitations.
The Digitogorgia type gorgonea have digitations in the distal region of the scales of the polyps, and the absence of spines on the eight marginal scales and on the eight rows filled with scales that cover the polyp.
Bongiovanni; Dynamical behavior of digitations state in Faraday waves with a viscoelastic fluid, Physica A : 371(1), 54-58, (2006).