Stretching in the ductile shear zone under constructional regime caused to propagation the prolate
strain ellipsoid shape.
kruseana, have endocarps that are prolate
to obovoid, with a smooth surface lacking punctae (Fig.
5, these pellets have a generally prolate
to oblate shape and are usually comprised of distinct zones of oriented clay domains to give a mosaic-speckled b-fabric (Fig.
Thereafter, a brief configuration of the prolate
spheroidal system and the eigenfunctions associated with it is developed in Section 3, whereas the sought solution is constructed step by step and the electromagnetic low-frequency fields assume infinite series expansions in terms of prolate
The relation (8) that is valid for spherical objects can be generalised for oblate and prolate
spheroidal wave functions, fourier analysis, and uncertainty--V: the discrete case," Bell System Technical Journal, vol.
In our study, the anterior surface of the corneal cross section is prolate
, which is consistent with most previous results.
Modeling the observed deformation using Mogi and prolate
spheroid sources has allowed us to estimate the magma source location, excessive pressure, the shape of the source, and volume changes during the preeruption and coeruption periods.
The study was titled "CALIFA reveals prolate
rotation in massive early-type galaxies: A polar galaxy merger origin?" It appeared online Oct.
The pollen morphology of the genus Arabis (Brassicaceae) istricolpate, but some of them are 2- and 4-colpate, prolate-spheroidal, subprolate, suboblate, prolate
and oblate, polar axis and equatorial axis are 11.76-38.22 m (Mutlu and Erik, 2012).
The pollen shape of Cornaceae changes between spheroidal and prolate
(Erdtman, 1952; Stafford and Heath, 1991; Perveen and Qaiser, 2002), and its aperture type is tricolporate (Chao, 1954; Wodehouse, 1959).
In Colombia, pollen grains of Magnoliaceae have been described as monocolpate, prolate