Translation of macrostructure in Spanish:

macrostructure

macroestructura, n.

Pronunciation /ˈmækroʊˌstrəktʃər//ˈmakrə(ʊ)strʌktʃə/

noun

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    macroestructura feminine
    • The macrostructures disclosed the presence of equiaxed grains as well as areas of mixed grain structure.
    • Most 3 - D imaging modalities are slow to acquire images and only show macrostructures within the living tissue instead of what is happening at the cellular level where drugs succeed or fail.
    • This may not be fossilization as we know it, of large macrostructures, but fossilization at a molecular level.
    • Their macrostructures are similar to those of present-day soils, with pseudo-anticlinal structures and cuspate structures comparable to those produced by the expansion and contraction of swelling clays.
    • Amazingly, this response allows the wild-type oligomeric PSII structure and the granal membrane to be maintained, emphasizing the importance and robustness of the thylakoid macrostructure.
    • In their chiral nematic states, the materials have a helical macrostructure which acts like a diffraction grating and selectively reflect light just like a compact disc does.
    • As suggested above by Carr, however, there is not a clear, unambiguous macrostructure for the book; and this makes for a complex unity.
    • The diffusion coefficients determined are then averaged over the macrostructure of the surrounding excited volume.
    • Chapter 8 uses the ideas of complex nonlinear systems to help explain how a myriad of microinteractions (usually at the individual level) helps govern the activities of macrostructures.
    • Freud gives the example of the army as an analogous macrostructure of supra-individual subjectivation.
    • The term microstructure is used to characterize the fine structure of the skeletal material of which various skeletal macrostructures are constructed.
    • To understand the self-assembly mechanism of a given oligopeptide, it is necessary to study the conditions under which the oligopeptides aggregate and further develop into macrostructures.