tuberculation


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tuberculation

[tə‚bər·kyə′lā·shən]
(metallurgy)
Corrosive attack with formation of tubercles.
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Other Noise and Gas or air found in Tuberculation, than vibration the system, heat ruptures in pipe carrier lines, leaks of hot deteriorated, water oil spread over can found in the system.
plautini), such as wider and more trapezoidal LA, more elongate L1, wider anterior fixigena and heavier (denser and larger-sized) tuberculation, and possibly also in attaining bigger maximum size, although it is cautioned that the available material comprises only very few specimens.
Skin of dorsum in males finely tuberculate (not spinulate), that of females appears smooth but under magnification bears a tuberculation similar to but less dense than in males.
Using torpedo-shaped tools specially designed for this purpose, the Spiniello team cleaned out the excess tuberculation built up over the years on the unlined cast iron water mains.
Within the milesi group the new species differs from the other five forms which also have toe fringes in size of the finger disks, the snout shape in profile and the amount of toe webbing and dorsal tuberculation.
While the concrete lining installed by the taxpayer in Plainfield-Union did not provide a "permanent" resolution of the tuberculation problem caused by acidic river water, the expenditures provided a long-term solution.
An analysis of the ten Recent Echinocardium species was undertaken on a set of about 30 characters dealing mostly [TABULAR DATA FOR TABLE 1 OMITTED] with the architectural array of the plates and with the general morphology and tuberculation of the test.
The process helps to restore internal pipe diameters, increasing flow, improving efficiency, minimizing water loss and helping to prevent additional corrosion and tuberculation.
Puparia of Tuberaleyrodes species have dorsal setae on elongated tubercles, and the pattern of tuberculation is useful for species identification (Dubey et al.
Dominant status of male specimens was determined by two most identifiable nuptial secondary sex characteristics of reproductive Lythrurus fasciolaris males: (1) heavy tuberculation (large, horny protuberances covering most of head/nape epidermis) and (2) presence of the saddle (dark, vertical dorsolateral bars) pattern dorsally (Dimmick et al.
The tuberculation on the body surface of fourhorn sculpin appears to resemble sand and gravel grains, and spiny tubercles of shorthorn sculpin might have a similar effect.
The fossil also reveals fine tuberculation on the body where cuticle has been preserved and, while there is some degree of localization, the tubercles do not define identifiable segments.