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interspace

[′in·tər‚spās]
(anatomy)
An interval between the ribs or the fibers or lobules of a tissue or organ.
(building construction)
An air space.
(physics)
An interval of space or time.
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Within this investigation, assembly of metric 0201 components has been accomplished with area ratios as low as 0.45, interspaces down to 50[micro]m, a 60[micro]m conjoined trace, and pad dimensions of 100[micro]m x 115[micro]m.
Mesosternal interspace wider than long, the meso sternal lobes almost rectangular with rounded comers.
Mapping with suction electrodes was conducted at the same interspaces as for the surface electrodes with 40 to 75 mA stimulating current.
A large number of experimental reports show the jumping transmission of current carriers in interspace. That is, if the particle size in the nanoscaled film is small enough, electron transfer will be restrained, and the resistivity of films will show a jump with the increasing of voltage.
was removed by hand down to the soil surface; and (3) bare interspaces between trees with little remaining vegetation (Figure 1).
Axial ribs not much elevated, straight, orthocline or slightly opisthocline; tightly spaced, broader than interspaces. Ribs disappearing at periphery of ultimate whorl.
The remaining whorls have strong sinuous axial ribs that are about as high as wide, and are about 1/4-1/2 as wide as their interspaces. The upper ends of the ribs weakly crenulate the suture.
Identification of the interspace used for neuraxial anaesthesia is notoriously unreliable (18).
glandulosa and adjoining interspace on rangeland sites with varying degrees of woody plant cover utilizing 20 by 50 cm quadrats.
During cool wet years, establishment may occur both beneath shrubs and in open interspaces; however, during average years, which are still years with substantial drought stress, establishment of Austrocedrus appears to require nurse shrubs.
Two bulk collections were made from plants at the Five Points study site; one from plants growing directly beneath creosote bush shrubs ("undershrub" seed source), and the other from plants growing in the creosote shrub interspaces ("intershrub" seed source).