tangential plane

tangential plane

[tan′jen·chəl ′plān]
(optics)
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The tangential plane contracts more than the radial plane that, which following, contracts more than the axial plane, to mention the averages of 19%, 15%, and 11% respectively, to the studied species.
However, accumulating evidence suggests that certain types of neurons exhibit migration in all directions, usually on the tangential plane.
In agreement with these observations in fixed embryos, live imaging using flat mount preparations showed that MZ interneurons migrated in all directions in the tangential plane.
Imaging spectrographs are optical instruments used to disperse and sharply focus light in the plane of dispersion, typically the horizontal or tangential plane of the instrument, onto a focal plane array detector.
At tangential plane, higher temperature is found on the front wall, rear wall, and the side walls.
A small recirculation zone over the tangential registers at the height of tangential plane is found.
T] arises at the tangential plane at the contact point (Arimoto et al.
Then it is rotated such that the tangential plane g(x, y) = [t.
0], three floats tangential plane with equation: p.
This is achieved by that the belt press is provided with the additional rotor installed in housing parallel to the first rotor, and the additional comb with working faces placed in tangential planes of the rotors and forming the molding chamber.
However, it's more likely that you'll see ellipses because you'll still need to adjust the tilt of the primary somewhat on the sagittal or tangential planes, or both.
Symmetry cells were placed along the axis of the model to produce the effect of having 20 tangential planes over 360 degrees.