primary branch


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primary branch

primary branches, 1
1. A drain which slopes from the base of a soil stack or waste stack to its junction with a building drain.
2. In a building, the largest single branch of a water-supply line or an air-supply duct.
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The dorsal and ventral branches (primary branches) of renal artery were classified as Type I and Type II due to their origin, supplied area, and also whether they have extra branch or not.
1 Foliage leaves of the primary branches with blades 0.3-1.2 cm wide, abaxially green....
--Corymb of spikelets (or corymbodium): indeterminate inflorescence with the primary branch spikelets arranged like the flowers of a corymb (Rua, 1999).
The variation of this character can affect the main axis, the branches of consecutive orders and the basal internode between the flag leaf and the node of the most proximal primary branch.
The 1st section concerns the primary branch. The structure realization takes place from 2015 to 2016.
A unitary thrift holding company, Sterling Bancorp's wholly owned subsidiary, Sterling Bank and Trust FSB has primary branch operations in San Francisco and Los Angeles, California, New York City and Bellevue, Washington in the US.
It s will be the primary branch to engage a new design code, and will put up with an outstanding resemblance to the branches of the bank s parent, CIBC.
is a unitary thrift holding company headquartered in Southfield, Michigan with its primary branch operations in San Francisco and Los Angeles, California.
Sterling Bancorp's wholly owned subsidiary, Sterling Bank and Trust, FSB, has primary branch operations in San Francisco and Los Angeles, California, New York City and Bellevue, Washington.
A unitary thrift holding company, Sterling Bancorp's wholly owned subsidiary Sterling Bank and Trust FSB, has primary branch operations in San Francisco and Los Angeles, California and New York City and a loan production office in Seattle, Washington, USA.
Heterogeneity of primary branch development and spikelet survival in rice panicle in relation to assimilates of primary branches.
A unitary thrift holding company, Sterling Bancorp's wholly owned subsidiary, Sterling Bank and Trust FSB, has primary branch operations in San Francisco and Los Angeles, California and New York City and a loan production office in Seattle, Washington.