At high power, without tracking, mounted equatorially
, and with a pipe for a finder, Jeff states, "It's a pain finding anything and staying on it.
2011), wherein two measurements were performed in opposite equatorially
areas of each fruit to measure the luminosity and tone of the skin.
We demonstrated that CPC activity (in the form of Aurora kinase function) is required for cytokinesis, and provided the first evidence that CPC and centralspindlin components both accumulate on equatorially
aimed and overlapping astral microtubules.
The samples were equatorially
scanned within a 2[theta] range (=20[degrees]-80[degrees]) at an increment of 0.
Cbl has the most complex structure of all known organic cofactors and its core structure includes a corrin ring in which the central cobalt atom is equatorially
tethered to four nitrogen atoms.
5-2 m wide, lacuni 3 x 5 m wide, saccus distally inclined, surrounding the central body equatorially
, the lateral continuation of the saccus is usually broad, marginal limbus poorly developed.
Parawrightia is found in northern and southern tropical waters of the western Atlantic and sub equatorially
in the eastern Indian Ocean, at depths of 0-12 m (Kelmo & Santa-Isabel, 1998; Grohmann et al.
Surgical procedures: Micro-TESE was performed under general anesthesia by removing off testicular tissue through a transversal incision of the albuginea, either equatorially
or in the cranial part of the testis.
The map is equatorially
aligned, meaning that regions at the poles appear distorted.
KELT is an acronym for Kilodegree Extremely Little Telescope because the "telescope" is simply an equatorially
mounted CCD camera fitted with a lens of 4.
5-inch [14cm] equatorially
mounted refractor which he housed in a dome, until 1874.
Treated boards were placed on a rack facing equatorially
and inclined at 45[degrees] to the vertical for 12 months in Canberra, Australia (35[degrees].