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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11 irenginiu porose, taciau del interferencijos poveikio atsirado fliuktuaciju.
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.
Porose membranes were seen in some tracheids, an appearance probably related to scraping away of layers in pit membranes by the sectioning process, or in other cases, artifact formation.
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.
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.
s] buvo apskaiciuotas, laikant, kad atsparus salciui bus tada, kai rezerviniu (uzdaru) poru turis bus didesnis uz vandens, esancio kapiliarinese porose, turio prieaugi virstant jam ledu.
Vandens prisotintas betonas pradeda irti veikiant cikliskam uzsaldymui ir atsildymui--betono porose uzsalantis vanduo virsta ledu, kurio turis 9 % didesnis nei vandens uzimamas turis.
Vandens perteklius pasiskirsto gelio porose ir tarpuose tarp nesureagavusiu cemento daleliu ir hidratacijos naujadaru (Kondraivendhan, Bhat-tacharjee 2010).
As occurred in roots, remnants of pit membranes, from intact to porose and threadlike membranes, were present on some facets of the tracheary elements (Figs.