microfibrillar

microfibrillar

(ˌmaɪkrəʊˈfaɪbrɪlə)
adj
(Biology) composed of microfibrils
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10c and d) of Z-l for all the PEs tested reveal microfibrillar morphology during loading which is seen to be more extensive for PE-2.
CA: calcified layer; CE: spiral cells; CO: layer of ornamentation; CHO: oospora helicoidallayer; CHP: pigmented helicoidal layer; CL: chloroplasts; CM: amorphous layer; CMF: microfibrillar layer; CR: crystalline layer; EC: ectocalcine; EI: intercellular space; EN: endocalcine; EO: papilla with pore; OSF: oospora; POC: compound oosporangial wall; PPC: spiral cells primary wall; PPO: oospora primary wall; V: vacuoles.
Effects on collagen VI mRNA stability and microfibrillar assembly of three COL6A2 mutations in two families with Ullrich congenital muscular dystrophy.
Others: Microporous polysaccharide hemispheres, [31,32] oxidised methylcellulose, [33] fibrin glue, [34] microfibrillar collagen [35] and gelatin sponges [36] can be used to control intraoperative bleeding.
Molecular modelling identified that the glycine residue at position 1013 is crucial to preserve the calcium-dependent structure of an EFG-like domain of fibrillin-1 and consequently the microfibrillar formation process.
Compared to other natural fibers, pineapple-leaf fibers (PALF) exhibit superior mechanical properties due to its high cellulose content (around 70-82%) and low microfibrillar angle (14[grados]) (Mohanty et al.
4) Hemostatic collagen or microfibrillar collagen (1 Unit)
Production of in situ Microfibrillar Composites as a Novel Approach Towards Improved Bio-Based Polymeric Products" by Chul Park, professor, University of Toronto, describes a process that first extrudes strands of an immiscible blend of 97/3 PLA/PA6, then draws the strands to create 200 nm PA6 micro fibrils in the polylactic acid matrix, improving melt strength, elasticity and foamability.
The bagasse fibber reinforced polymer composites performance depends on several factors, including fibbers chemical composition, cell dimensions, microfibrillar angle, defects, structure, physical properties, and mechanical properties, and also the interaction of a fibber with the polymer.
Sitti, "Wet self-cleaning biologically inspired elastomer mushroom shaped microfibrillar adhesives," Langmuir 25, 13(2009), pp.
Microfibrillar collagen (Avitene) is made from bovine collagen in a powder or sponge sheet, and acts as a scaffold for platelet aggregation.
Among the various lignocellulosic fibers, bamboo was recognized that has a high percentage of lignin (32 %) and its microfibrillar angle is relatively small (2[degrees] - 10[degrees]) [6].