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globule

Astronomy a small dark nebula thought to be a site of star formation

globule

[′gläb·yəl]
(astronomy)
A black volume of cosmic dust viewed against the brighter background of bright nebulae.
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Rearing gravid females in the laboratory has the potential to introduce laboratory effects on oil globule size at parturition and also on parturition date.
4] M which, substituting the average globule mass, gives [P.
Haggerty likens the process of producing the Lava globules that float inside a cylinder of clear liquid to producing wine.
Apparently when the temperature changes so does the density of the liquid causing the coloured globules to move.
If that process occurred in the center of a supercooled droplet, the heat would remain trapped within the globule, slowing the freezing process.
So, she pricked my finger once more and we both stared at the test tube to see if the second globule would be any more accommodating than the first.
2] double-emulsion globule within a thin-walled capillary.
Recently, a collaboration between the University of Pennsylvania, the University of California at Irvine, and NIST have used molecular dynamics simulations and quasielastic neutron scattering techniques to elucidate dynamic changes in the protein alpha-lactalbumin for the native state and the partially folded molten globule state.
Patients recently diagnosed with ovarian cancer are needed at medical sites across the country for a phase III clinical trial of an antibody therapy Abbot Laboratories and Antisoma are collaborating to develop HMFG1 (human milk fat globule 1) for the adjuvant treatment of ovarian cancer.
He said: "I opened the McMuffin to take out the egg yolk because Emily doesn't like it and saw this red globule on the egg white.
These micrographs suggest that polymer chains, with or without globule formation, are chemically linked to form a network at very low conversions.