refringence


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re·frin·gence

 (rĭ-frĭn′jəns)
n.
Refractive power.
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Histologic analysis showed macrophages and giant cells, numerous yeast structures of uniform size and thickness, refringence of the cell wall, and chains resembling rosary beads.
Furthermore, at 7 days of culture, ADSC treated with e-CAF showed higher levels of cytoplasmic refringence and complexity, suggesting the presence of a more developed cytoskeleton.
The third section comprises more than half the book and discusses a variety of practical applications including measurement of length, size, displacement, alignment, and flatness, profilometry, polarimetry, refringence measurement, ellipsometry, machine measurements, and other topics including the new topics mentioned previously.