Alveole


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Al´ve`ole


n.1.Same as Alveolus.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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*Key contributors in microfluidics prototype market are microLIQUID; thinXXS Microtechnology; Potomac; uFluidix; Alveole; Micronics, Inc.; ALine, Inc.; and research groups from various universities.
The endocarp is subglobose and asymmetrical with an inconspicuous keel, laterally compressed and slightly ridged with a prominent alveole on one side (Fig.
(b) The z-axis translation (Figure 2) is the movement with the smallest oscillatory amplitudes [A.sub.[mu]] and with one of the highest damping factors [[xi].sub.[mu]]--the latter aspect due to the fact that the rigidity on the z-axis is the highest, as this movement is related to the adaptation to the masticatory forces and thus to the necessary stability of each tooth in the alveole of their gum.
In addition to the vegetable garden, the roof is also home to eight Alveole bee hives, set to produce roughly 600 jars of honey to sell.
Cette ouvriere rebatira son palais, alveole par alveole.
Dipalmitoilphosphatidylcholine is the content of surfactant which can decrease the surface tension up to zero in the air-water interaction area in the alveole. Dipalmitoilphosphatidylcholine is synthesized in the endoplasmic reticulum and carried to the lammellary bodies with surfactant protein-B (SP-B) and SP-C.
(25) Le monde alveole et quasiment fractal de l'eponge, dont on conviendra avec Laurent Fourcaut (26) qu'il n'etait pas sans rappeler celui du "pain" de Francis Ponge (souvenons-vous de cette ligne dans Le Parti pris des choses: "ce lache et froid sous-sol que l'on nomme la mie a son tissu pareil a celui des eponges," et j'ai moi-meme ose en marge du recueil de Fourcade un bien irreverencieux: "eh!