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The process by which the surface of a plastic close to or in contact with another surface is deteriorated.
The process by which deterioration occurs in the surface of a plastic close to or in contact with another surface; softening, discoloration, mottling, crazing, or similar effects may result
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In contrast, the everting tubule of nematocysts penetrate and envenomate
prey, but also entangle (Ewer, 1947).
It consists of irritating the spider so that it attacks and envenomates
a device (two pipettes connected with an elastic surgical tube) from which the venom can be extracted.