reticulation

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reticulation

[rə′tik·yə′lā·shən]
(graphic arts)
The contraction or wrinkling of a film emulsion because of sudden changes of temperature during processing.
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Faint reticulations and small black round spots spread along the dorsum and sides of the trunk and tail.
3)% its length, with approximately 20-40 cells; wrinkly basal to reticulations, but nearly smooth at base.
80 mm long), subcylindrical (somewhat inflated at beginning of reticulation), slightly curved outside, without flange, approximately basal 1/4 as pale as coxae and rest brown to dark-brown (as dark as tibiae or antennae), nearly smooth on pale proximal portion, progressively wrinkly to scaly on dark middle portion, and reticulation extends on 21-41% of its length.