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n.1.The state of being globular; globosity; sphericity.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Instead, the team set out to evaluate the effect of skull globularity on the distinctive brain biology of modern humans.
According to Hirt et al., the ideal grain size for semisolid forming should not exceed 100 [micro]m, and the globularity (shape factor) must not be greater than 2 [16].
The pattern developed by the Lautaro stream population, unlike the lacustrine population, is characterized by presenting a reproductive seasonal variation with emphasis in spring and summer, higher individual fertility and population productivity, higher production of brooding sacs per gill favored by a higher globularity of the shells of adults, and a higher availability of food in the environment than individuals in the lacustrine population at La Poza.