4) are different, partly plain and very weakly phosphatized
or pyritized, perhaps without any serious impact on the basin history.
In layers A, B1 and B2 rounded, few millimetre- to centimetre-size concretions and lenses or laminae of diagenetic silica (chert) and phosphate, silicified and/or phosphatized
lenses, and small rounded concretions of calcite occur.
sponges from the Santonian (Upper Cretaceous) of theWielkanoc Quarry (southern Poland) as a tool in stratigraphical and environmental studies.
With capabilities of bonding uncured rubber-to-metal substrates during the vulcanization of the elastomer, Chemlok 6270 bonds a variety of rubbers, including natural rubber, nitrile and EPDM to multiple substrates, including aluminum, brass and grit blasted or phosphatized
steel when used in combination with Chemlok primers.
Furthermore, recent descriptions of very small phosphatized
fossils that predate the Cambrian by 25 million years or more have demonstrated the presence of cnidarians that might even be stem anthozoans (the cnidarian class that includes anemones and corals).
The sperm had been phosphatized
, meaning, that the original organic material was replaced after embedding and before decaying by phosphatic minerals that are responsible for its extremely fine preservation, she added.
4) or as three-dimensional phosphatized
structures (Butterfield 2001, figs.
Deflorian, F, Miskovic-Stankovic, VB, Bonora, PL, Fedrizzi, L, "Degradation of Epoxy Coatings on Phosphatized
animal embryos from the Neoproterozoic Doushanto Formation at Weng'an, Guizhou, South China.
Heavy-duty structural steel construction and phosphatized
, powder coated surfaces ensure long life.
On several levels within the formation, coarse-clastic material has been found, containing sporadic phosphatized
It is listed in a footnote on page 4457 of "Precambrian animal diversity: Putative phosphatized
embryos from the Doushantuo Formation in China," Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 97(9).