chainlike


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Adj.1.chainlike - having a chainlike form; "catenulate bacterial cell colonies"
formed - having or given a form or shape
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The rolls have both cutting and chaining flutes that work to pull out the cut, bringing a chainlike pattern that leaves areas exposed for microbes to enter.
Advanced analytics emphasize predicting scenarios and prescribing actions across the entire supply chainlike simulating the impact of order variability on production plans.
The product of magnetic agglomeration is a kind of chainlike flocculation, which forms network structure with external magnetic field increasing.
Membranes are made of twin sheets of chainlike molecules each with an oxygen-containing head and a long tail of fatty acids.
After exposure to UV light, the chainlike molecules emit a different coloured light.
They may be considered as being composed of bundles of chainlike molecules (called polymers) of many different lengths and molecular weights.
In the new study, the scientists inhibited actin polymerization - the creation of large chainlike molecules - by blocking a molecular motor called myosin II in the brains of mice and rats during the maintenance phase of methamphetamine-related memory formation.
In the new study, the scientists inhibited actin polymerization -- the creation of large chainlike molecules -- by blocking a molecular motor called myosin II in the brains of mice and rats during the maintenance phase of methamphetamine-related memory formation.
3], indicating that kerogen is composed mainly of chainlike and cyclic saturated materials, while a broad peak at 1276 [cm.
Jakubowski and Cleaver even fabricated some chainlike treads and shot a video of the machine chewing up ground as it rumbled across the farm.
The chainlike sequence of dramatis personae in written texts is segmented and transposed into different time-space units and sequences (Merrell 1992).