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Synonyms for mesomorphic

having a robust muscular body-build characterized by predominance of structures (bone and muscle and connective tissue) developed from the embryonic mesodermal layer

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Baumeister, "Synthesis and mesomorphism of fluoroalkylated platinum complexes," Liquid Crystals, vol.
While engagement with these discourses is not necessarily negative it has nevertheless continued to reproduce oppressive practices that include healthism, individualism, hegemonic masculinity and femininity, homophobia, mesomorphism, consumerism, able-bodyness, and mind/body dualism (e.g., Fitzclarence, 1990; Gard & Meyenn, 2000; Hunter, 2004; Wright, 1998).
Endomorphism, mesomorphism and ectomorphism components were calculated by the equations proposed by Ross and Marfell-Jones (1991).
The synthesis of the ligands N-(4-n-hexyloxysalicylidene)-4'-n-alkyloxyanilines as well as the complexes and characterization by thermal microscopy for mesomorphism are presented.
The terphenyl without nitrile group develops a rich mesomorphism. The introduction of one or two nitrile groups in the terphenyls decouples [pi]-interactions, resulting in a less ordered mesophase at lower temperature.