The lungs contain a network of airways that begin with the larger bronchial tubes and gradually diminish in size as they branch and rebranch
. Inhaled air moves through this network, eventually ending in tiny sacklike structures called alveoli.
This was constructing a sample cluster structure using average pair-wise link for 20,000 documents, applying a rebranch
with branching factor 3 and cut threshold 0.96 and finally merging the best 10 matching documents.
Examine the rows often, as many cutback seedlings will rebranch
several times in the fast year.
LMY: lactation milk yield, UUH: udder upper height, UW: udder width, UL: udder length, UD: udder diameter, TA: teat angle, UV: udder volume, SCC: somatic cell count, LL: lactation length LMY of the goats with TA less than 500 (Node 1) was affected by LL and Node 1 was rebranched
into the new nodes of Nodes 3 and 4 on the basis of LL, respectively.
Detailed to the Ordnance Corps in a chemical specialty, she rebranched
to the Chemical Corps in 1977.
However, Pariana has stigmas that are distinctly broadly plumose, and introrse (Hollowell, 1987), the sparsely arranged primary branches originate on the inner side of the main axes and are not rebranched
, and the receptive cells express papillae only at the branch tips (pets.