Translation of elongation in Spanish:

elongation

alargamiento, n.

Pronunciation /iˌlɔŋˈɡeɪʃ(ə)n//iːlɒŋˈɡeɪʃ(ə)n/

noun

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    alargamiento masculine
    • The first step of longitudinal fission is the elongation of the body, causing the central tissues to experience stretch.
    • The main difference in that study was the elongation of the tendons that were not surgically treated.
    • When mannerism dominated, there was also an emphasis on decoration inspired by animals, plants, and other themes that lent themselves to the elongation and distortion then prevalent.
    • Dr Ewen believed he had established that something in the GM potato had caused elongation of a section of the stomach.
    • The development of a leaf involves a complex pattern of cell division and cell elongation, with cell elongation playing a central part in the expansion of the leaf blade.
    • When that process happens, elongation of the hypocotyl, the embryonic stem, stops.
    • We have shown that our experimental setup permits facile measurements of the angle between two tethers and of the force exerted by one tether during the process of tube elongation until coalescence.
    • It initially depends on the orientation of the bud on its axis, and is modified by the growth direction of the apex during elongation.
    • Both the computational and analytical models make mechanistic assumptions and do not explicitly deal with processes such as translational elongation.
    • In this case, however, shell inflation and posterior elongation of the aperture should be linked with each other, or the pattern of the aperture map must change considerably during ontogeny.
    • In paralyzable detectors, a photon reaching the detector during the dead-time leads to an elongation of the dead-time period.
    • We found no evidence that the tip rotates during elongation.
    • To ensure that stressing was proceeding as expected, the testing agency measured the tendon elongations and compared them to the calculated elongations.
    • Some of the most frequent gross morphological adaptations to an aquatic lifestyle include the modifications of limbs into paddles and the elongation and lateral flattening of the tail.
    • Another metabolite-specific effect seen in this work was hypocotyl thickening and elongation.
    • Oberneder insists this is critical for getting true benefits from the motion, because when a muscle is stretched, its immediate reflex is to tighten up against the elongation.
    • Generally, with the elongation of the sidechain, the conformation change is significant and accompanied interaction variation is remarkable.
    • Thus, the mechanical response in the adhesion geometry can be only partially estimated since adhesion induces strong elongations in the adhesive material.
    • The lower maximum load used for calculation of graft elongations assured that values would be available for all specimens.
    • To some degree, of course, this reflects simply the elongation of the body of the animal, but more prominently it represents the primary growth of the gastrointestinal tract itself.