noncohesive

noncohesive

[‚nän·kō′hē·siv]
(geology)
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Pattern of Invasive Front.--The pattern of invasion in oral squamous cell carcinoma has proven prognostic value and should be reported as cohesive, noncohesive, or widely dispersive (Figure 7).
Therefore, cells are noncohesive and display a single layer arrangement in the tissue (8, 9, 11).
Microscopically, beneath the bronchial mucosa, the tumor was composed of sheet-like pattern of noncohesive tumor cells with a fibrous stromal network.
Greater attention has been focused on the conditioning of noncohesive ground material (sand and gravel).
The relationship between [chi] and the saturation degree of noncohesive silt was determined by Bishop and Donald [42], and the value of [chi] is approximately equal to the value of the saturation degree (Figure 4(b)).
A recent meta-analysis found that cohesive groups perform 18 percentage points better than the average noncohesive group (Evans & Dion, 2012).
Balancing safety and cost is critical to smart investment when estimating scour at bridge piers in noncohesive soils.
The loose, saturated, and noncohesive sandy soils susceptible to liquefaction appear as an additional hazard to an earthquake and may cause some further damage.
The solid particles of noncohesive soils are poor conductive while electrical current flow occurs only in intergranular spaces filled with mineralized water.
The diffuse type is characterized by an infiltrative and noncohesive growth pattern with single neoplastic cell or small group of cells widely infiltrating the gastric wall.
Even compared to other comics, Building Stories employs particularly fragmented, noncohesive panel structure.