globule


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a quantity of liquid falling or resting in a spherical mass

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a small globe or ball

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The quantitative data presented in Figure 6 highlights the microstructural changes caused by reheating treatment in the condition of 60% solid fraction, at treatment times of 0, 30, and 90 s, indicating the changes in globule size (Figure 6(a)), grain size (Figure 6(b)), circularity shape factor (Figure 6(c)), and the Rheocast Quality Index (Figure 6(d)) for the two processing routes tested.
Editor's Note: The reader is correct: ground and space observations have indeed shown that the so-called globule is in fact not a physical object.
7) and integrating to all nuclei of a gas globule made of equal molecules one obtains
Characterization of the interface of an oil-in-water emulsion stabilized by milk fat globule membrane material.
Video microscopy of a globule prepared within a thin-walled cylindrical capillary facilitates observation of its behavior over an extended period of time (typically several hours or longer as needed).
Recently, a collaboration between the University of Pennsylvania, the University of California at Irvine, and NIST have used molecular dynamics simulations and quasielastic neutron scattering techniques to elucidate dynamic changes in the protein alpha-lactalbumin for the native state and the partially folded molten globule state.
Patients recently diagnosed with ovarian cancer are needed at medical sites across the country for a phase III clinical trial of an antibody therapy Abbot Laboratories and Antisoma are collaborating to develop HMFG1 (human milk fat globule 1) for the adjuvant treatment of ovarian cancer.
If approached -- and it is hard to imagine anyone wanting to approach anything so repugnant -- the female will exude a clearly visible globule of poison from the tips of its fangs.
A typical foliar globule is formed into an ellipsoid of about 10 to 40 nm in height, 50 nm in width, and 100 nm in length.
He said: "I opened the McMuffin to take out the egg yolk because Emily doesn't like it and saw this red globule on the egg white.
For example, fat globule size is important to lubricity and richness of the food.
These micrographs suggest that polymer chains, with or without globule formation, are chemically linked to form a network at very low conversions.
Or cette hemoglobine est le constituant essentiel du globule rouge qui transporte l'oxygene des poumons vers tous les tissus et organes assurant ainsi leur fonctionnement.
To understand the changes in protein dynamics that occur in the final stages of folding, scientists at NIST have used quasielastic neutron scattering to probe the differences in the dynamics between the native state and the almost completely folded, molten globule state of the protein bovine a-lactalbumin.