In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(pattern/form) radial(pattern/form) radiado
- The overall longitudinal and radial structure of the root was normal and no cell tier was missing (data not shown).
- I suggested the use of radial lines emanating from the flame.
- Both diametrical and radial defect lines are found within the DNA cholesteric spherulites studied.
- These faint, radial lines were first observed by Voyager, 25 years ago, and have also been seen in pictures from Hubble.
- The skin is light green with dark radial stripes; when ripe, the flesh is creamy white, with relatively few seeds.
- This cranked geometry inflects around the pair of large adjacent trees and registers a trace of the radial gardens.
- If a perpendicular measurement is impossible, the observer records radial distance and sighting angle.
- However, an extra element of patterning is required in the Antirrhinum flower, which has a bilateral symmetry imposed on the basic radial pattern common to all flowers.
- Seasoned logs will be light to the touch and will have radial cracks from the centre to the outside of the wood.
- The helices have a radial slope and converge at the intracellular bundle narrowing.
- This indicates that the applied geometrical constraints alone are not sufficient to explain the observed radial arrangements.
- The surface is marked by concentric lines and low radial ridges.
- Chromosome loss is indicated by the production of aneuploid colonies that are small and may contain haploid sectors that spread in radial arrays.
- This causes a deviation from the usually radial septal arrangement to a more bilateral one in transverse thin sections.
- The degree of radial increase or decrease is influenced by tree height and diameter.
- The tentacles around the mouth are disposed in concentric circles, usually forming a series of radial lines rather than being alternately arranged.
- The breast is examined in a segment arranged in an imaginary radial pattern centred on the nipple.
- They are large bivalves with thick shells, which bear numerous and finely spaced concentric lines but no radial ones.
- The direction of the wall's line is tightened to a radial geometry which extends from the centre of view in the existing house.
- Arranged in a radial pattern, the stone arches are crowned by a shallow domed roof clad in panels of green pre-patinated copper.
2(fracture) del radio(fracture) radial
- During the surgery, care must be taken to protect the branches of the superficial and radial nerves that dorsally overlie the first dorsal compartment.
- The profunda may be reduced in size and terminate in muscle without giving rise to the radial and medial collateral arteries.
- Another injection site is at the volar side of the forearm, 4 cm proximal to the wrist crease between the tendons of the radial flexor muscle and the palmaris longus muscle.
- Each radial canal ends in a terminal tube foot, which has a sensory function.
- The nerve supply to the muscles of the forearm and hand is provided by the radial, median, and ulnar nerves.
also radial tire
1neumático radial masculine
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