subcompartment

subcompartment

One of the areas into which a building can be divided to provide protection against fire and smoke; the availability of such areas reduces the distance that must be travelled to a place of safety in the event of fire.
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The denominator of this assessment can either be the entire cell population present in the tissue section or a subcompartment (ie, tumor cells within the tissue).
Park, "Experimental study on hydrogen behavior at a subcompartment in the containment building," Nuclear Engineering and Design, vol.
The frequencies of compartmentalized spread of injectate in the entire population of volunteers were 27% into the parapsoas compartment (PPC) and retropsoas subcompartment (RPSC), 27% into the PPC, 37% into the RPSC, and 9% into the retroperitoneal compartment (RC).
Thumb interphalangeal joint extension by the extensor pollicis brevis: association with a subcompartment and de Quervain's disease.
The sample site is located in the second subcompartment of the 403 compartment in Dongfanghong Forest Farm, Dailing Forestry Bureau, Heilongjiang Province, China, with an area of 3.34 h[m.sup.2].
Although logistic regression analyses showed the probability of detecting HIV RNA in the genital tract subcompartment was low when plasma viral load was below detectable levels, Dr.
Here, we can use points for the estimation of the subcompartment areas (Chalkley, 1943).
When applying the "open to the public" subclause to a location, the courts must decide if they will look at an establishment in its entirety or as a subcompartment within the entirety, i.e., they must decide on the degree of focus.(81) Furthermore, when applying the "substantial number of persons" subclause to a location, the courts must decide whether to count the aggregate number of people accessing the establishment over a prolonged time or only while it is occupied by people within the subcompartment (i.e., they must decide on the quantum of time span).(82) The outcome will vary with the degree of focus or the quantum of time span a court selects.(83)
Originally named to describe the cave-like invaginations on the cell surface, caveolae are 50-100 nm membrane microdomains which represent a subcompartment of the plasma mem brane and are enriched in glycosphingolipids, cholesterol, and lipid-anchored membrane proteins [22, 62].
In spring 2004, seven research plots (RP) of 150 sq.m each (15 x 10 m) were established in subcompartment 50A (elevation: 620-720 m; slope: 15 [degrees]; aspect: N), Forest Management Unit VII Cristian, Brasov Forest District.
With regard to APP intracellular processing, both secretases ([alpha]- and [beta]-) have been identified in the ER together with [gamma]-secretase which is present in mitochondria-associated membrane (MAM) subcompartment [48, 68].