porose


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porose

(pɒˈrəʊs)
adj
1. (Botany) having pores; porous
2. (Zoology) having pores; porous
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Adj.1.porose - forming a continuous series of pores; "a porose hymenium"
poriferous, porous - full of pores or vessels or holes
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Dagli anni '60 in poi l'organizzazione e la distribuzione delle mansioni si fanno porose, labili, con ricadute identitarie sul soggetto che non sa piu con certezza di cosa stia occupando e perche produca: il "commercio" tra capitale e prestatore d'opera tracima dal campo economico verso forme di micropotere, di persuasione e manipolazione postdemocratica, a volte richiedendo sacrifici violenti.
The pileus with trnslucent hairs at the dorsal side, hymenium conspicuously meruloid to porose reticulate with veins (Fig.
Vykstant reakcijai tarp reaktyviojo silicio ir porose esancio sarmu tirpalo gaminamas higroskopinis gelis, kuris daznai vadinamas ASR geliu (Latifee et al.
The Graphidetalia scriptae Hadac in Klika et Hadac 1944 (with two alliances) occur on very smooth bark, beech in particular, in moderately humid sites; the Bacidinetalia phacodis (with one alliance--the Agonimion octosporae) on more porose bark of older trees in shaded and humid situations, and the Dendrographetalia decolorantis (with the Lecanactidion patellarioidis Crespo ex Giralt 1996) occur in rather dry habitats and has southern distribution.
Insbesondere porose und durchlassige, niedrig gebrannte Keramik von grober Magerung wird als optimal bezuglich Warmeleitfahigkeit und Resistenz gegenuber Temperaturschocks beschrieben (Naschinski 2001, 20, 133 ff.
The production of porose or reticulate pit membranes in these end wall pits, however, has implications not so much for terminology as for the conductive physiology of the xylem.
6 mm, short and small, flat, short ligulate, rounded and dentate at the apex; hyaline cells broadly rhomboidal, often divided, without fibrils and pores, or rarely fibrillose and porose in the upper cells.
Pagrindine irimo, trukinejimo priezastis ta, kad gaminio porose uzsalancio vandens, virtusio ledu, turis uzima 9 % didesni turi nei vanduo.
A paper with a low moisture content could reduce energy consumption by 35 percent while a highly porose paper could increase it by 40 percent, according to the report by the Print City Alliance, whose members include companies throughout the printing supply chain.
These genera include Psydrothrips but not Psectrothrips, and the character is the presence of a glandular opening on the antecostal region of sternite III, whereas the normal condition in this family is for a transverse porose area medially on several sternites posterior to the antecostal ridge (zur Strassen 2003, Tyagi et al.
Mercury volume infiltrated into a porose system is generally interpreted as total pore volume in measured specimen.