micromorphology

micromorphology

(ˌmaɪkrəʊmɔːˈfɒlədʒɪ)
n
(Biology) the study of the form and structure of organisms at a microscopic level
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The APC variability is known already for other Gambierdiscus species and therefore its micromorphology has not been used as species character (Litaker et al., 2009).
The professor and researcher, who is also a National Geographic grantee, is known to specialize in lithic analysis, ceramic petrology, soil micromorphology, early human migration and Palaeolithic Archaeology.
Our research will make a first attempt to address these problems, by using a novel integration of biogeochemistry and sediment micromorphology - a method successfully developed by the PI and Co-I.
Micromorphology analysis and bond strength of two adhesives to Er, Cr:YSGG laser-prepared vs.
Samples of sediment blocks were taken from the profile of the excavation trench in order to carry out soil micromorphology analysis (Fig.
Additional keywords: aeolian transport, clayey loess, micromorphology, granulometry.
The main purposes of this paper are to provide a detailed description of the leaf micromorphology of five Teucrium species belonging to three different sections.
Resin bond strength and micromorphology of human teeth prepared with an Erbium: YAG laser.
Leaf micromorphology may provide insights into how plant species evolve in terms of leaf anatomy and respond to different climatic conditions.
As a result, the micromorphology of fillers, the distribution mode of the additives in the polymeric substrate, surface treatment, and preparation methods of the fillers (i.e., "core-shell" nanoarchitectures) [43-46] are equal important as the kind of fillers that determines the properties of the obtained composites [47-51].