A weak crenulation
developed in the cleavage domain, but it is not penetrative in the section.
trait definition and variation in modern human populations.
The prominent structural features of this area include tight folding, fracturing, and crenulation
Additionally, after confession, when Humanum Genus enters the castle, he "symbolically enters the local church," as visual echoes between the castle and with the crenulation
common on local East Anglian churches might suggest (91).
D2 locally formed a steep NW [+ or -] SE trending crenulation
cleavage, and small scale subvertical sinistral-verging folds.
Close to the contact, the fabric in micaceous rocks typically shows the development of a new crenulation
cleavage overprinting the generally planar foliation, and more quartz-rich rocks display moderate to strong cataclasis with undulose extinction and bent mica grains (Fig.
Well developed muscovite psuedomorphs are numerous in the rocks and arranged in the direction of crenulation
cleavages in the matrix.
T1 with weak longitudinal crenulation
and three slightly more prominent longitudinal carinae.
is more symmetrically distributed around the platform and slightly more developed than that of the plastron tubercles, with some of the nodules enlarged and forming small ridges (Figure 4(d)).
: effect of crenulation
cleavage on the main schistosity planes.
is different from that of Marenestha inconspicua, being longer and evenly up-curved instead of short and suddenly up-curved, with different crenulation
of dorsal and ventral margins, more similar to the ovipositor of some species of Dichopetala.