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POSITIVE SIGN
GREATEST ELONGATION EAST
GREATEST ELONGATIONS
FEATURE
CONJUNCTION
VISIBLE
VALUE
SPECIFIED
NUMBER
DEGREES
FLEXIBLE
POINTS
PERCENTAGE
METERS
ORIENTED
INTERVAL
VARIABLES
CHANGES
LATTER
LOCALIZED
DIRECTION
DEG
HARDNESS
STRENGTH
SMALL PERCENTAGE
GENOMIC DNA
FORMATION
EMBRYO
FULL MOON
BRANCHING
HYPHAE
LONG BONES
GROWTH
CELL DIVISION
TENSILE STRENGTH
STIPE
ABILITY
BODY
PHASE ANGLE
VENUS
EVENING SKY
INFERIOR PLANET
INFERIOR PLANETS
BONE
BONES
SKY
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Definitions

  1. Elongation is the angle between a planet (or moon or other object) and the Sun as seen from the Earth. (Web site)
  2. Elongation is an astronomical term that refers to the angle between the Sun and a planet, as viewed from Earth.
  3. Elongation is a remake of the map Longest from Halo: Combat Evolved.
  4. Elongation is not evenly distributed over the length of a stipe.
  5. Elongation is measured as a percentage of the original length. (Web site)

Positive Sign

  1. All forms of asbestos have a positive sign of elongation except for crocidolite.

Greatest Elongation East

  1. At greatest elongation west, Mercury rises earliest before the Sun, and at greatest elongation east, it sets latest after the Sun. (Web site)

Greatest Elongations

  1. Greatest elongations of a planet happen periodically, with a greatest eastern elongation followed by a a greatest western elongation, and vice versa.

Feature

  1. The most notable physical feature of Basilosaurus is the great deal of elongation it possessed. (Web site)

Conjunction

  1. An observer sitting on the (drifting) perijove will see the moons coming into conjunction in the same place (elongation). (Web site)

Visible

  1. Its elongation from the Sun rapidly increases and it will soon be visible in a dark sky. (Web site)

Value

  1. If the 'text-kashida-space' property has a non zero percent value it is recommended to use kashida elongation for Arabic text. (Web site)

Specified

  1. For ease of visualization, polarization states are often specified in terms of the polarization ellipse, specifically its orientation and elongation.

Number

  1. Each elongation can be accomplished using a number of kashida glyphs, a single graphic or character elongation on each side of the kashida point. (Web site)
  2. The increase in the number of nuclei is indicated by the dramatic increase in DNA content 3 h before the onset of rapid stipe elongation (142, 202).

Degrees

  1. Today it reaches its greatest elongation west, about 46.5 degrees from the Sun in the morning eastern sky.

Flexible

  1. This remains flexible even at low temperatures, i.e., -20° F. Further, it exhibits better elongation than asphalt. (Web site)
  2. SPANDEX: A flexible, abrasion resistant, strong fabric with excellent elongation and elastic recovery properties. (Web site)

Points

  1. Kashida is a typographic effect used in Arabic writing systems that allows character elongation at some carefully chosen points in Arabic.

Percentage

  1. The ductility of a metal can be determined by the tensile test by determining the percentage of elongation. (Web site)

Meters

  1. Basilosaurus averaged about 18 meters (60 feet) in length, and displayed an unparalleled degree of elongation compared with modern whales. (Web site)
  2. They were at least 18 meters (60 feet) average, and displayed an unparalleled degree of elongation compared with modern whales. (Web site)

Oriented

  1. Not all grains of amphibole will be oriented so you can see the elongation of the crystals.

Interval

  1. Interval when Mercury returns to approximately 4' of the same elongation from the Sun. (Web site)

Variables

  1. The responses to variables such as increase or decrease of growth rate or stem elongation, versus the leaf numbers, were not interdependent. (Web site)

Changes

  1. We also showed that these changes were associated with elongation of the bacteria.

Latter

  1. Maiacetus inuus is similar to Rodhocetus species, but lacks elongation of the manus, hind limb, and pes characteristic of the latter.

Localized

  1. Within the embryonic axis ethylene-biosynthesis and -responsiveness are localized to the elongation and differentiation zones of the radicle. (Web site)

Direction

  1. The direction of the body east or west of the sun is usually specified, as greatest elongation east. (Web site)
  2. The direction of the body east or west of the sun is usually specified, as greatest elongation west. (Web site)

Deg

  1. The elongation of the planet at position 1 is 180°, i.e.

Hardness

  1. There are a number of Y variables, such as PICO Abrasion Index, 200 percent modulus, elongation at break, and hardness. (Web site)

Strength

  1. The strength of ramie is excellent, but its elastic recovery is low and elongation is poor.

Small Percentage

  1. A small percentage of the population will suffer from an elongation of the styloid process and stylohyoid ligament calcification.

Genomic Dna

  1. For example, for genomic DNA, the DNA can be separated from the histones and other components prior to elongation. (Web site)

Formation

  1. Phialide- refers to elongated conidiogenous cells that are similar to annellides but without ring formation or elongation of the conidiogenous cell.

Embryo

  1. With the rapid elongation of the embryo and the formation of the tail fold, the body stalk comes to lie on the ventral surface of the embryo (Figs. (Web site)
  2. The closure of the neural plate into a tube is accompanied by elongation of the embryo. (Web site)

Full Moon

  1. At full moon the elongation is 180° and it is said to be in opposition.

Branching

  1. For example, CKX1 and CKX3 mostly promote root elongation and branching, while CKX2 and CKX4 primarily stimulate the formation of adventitious roots.

Hyphae

  1. Hyphae grow by elongation at the tips and by branching to form an interwoven mat known as the mycelium. (Web site)

Long Bones

  1. The growth plates are ultimately responsible for the elongation of the long bones. (Web site)
  2. The long bones are those that grow primarily by elongation at an epiphysis at one end of the growing bone.

Growth

  1. Most shoot elongation actually occurs due to growth of slightly older internodes below the shoot apex. (Web site)

Cell Division

  1. The primary and secondary stem(s) of the young plant increase in length by cell division and internode elongation from the first stem node upwards. (Web site)
  2. Cell division and cell elongation in the apical meristem is called primary growth and results in an increase in plant height and root length. (Web site)

Tensile Strength

  1. Cast parts from a permanent mold generally show 20% increase in tensile strength and 30% increase in elongation as compared to the products of sand casting.
  2. Mechanical - Elongation, fatigue limit, hardness, stiffness, shear strength, tensile strength, and toughness.
  3. In both forms of the alloy, elongation to failure occurs at over 25% and tensile strength is up to 200,000 psi. (Web site)

Stipe

  1. It stimulates growth of the mycelium, fruiting body initiation, and stipe elongation. (Web site)
  2. Following another dark period, light is needed to complete meiosis within the basidia, while stipe elongation and cap maturation take place in parallel.
  3. This disorganization of the stipe tissue, together with reduced elongation of the stipe cells, causes the mutant stipe short and bulgy.

Ability

  1. Elongation: the ability of a material (e.g., roofing membrane) to be stretched by the application of a force. (Web site)
  2. Finally, we show that a cagN mutant is not impaired in its ability to deliver CagA to gastric epithelial cells and initiate cell elongation. (Web site)

Body

  1. The greatest elongation of such a body is its maximum angular distance from the sun before it starts back toward conjunction. (Web site)
  2. These works show the beginnings of his late style: elongation of the body, expressive gesture, and simplified yet emphatic emotional expression. (Web site)

Phase Angle

  1. To compute phase angle and elongation we need to know the planet's heliocentric distance, r, its geocentric distance, R, and the distance to the Sun, s.

Venus

  1. The value of the greatest elongation (west or east), for Mercury, is between 18° and 28°; and for Venus between 45° and 47°.

Evening Sky

  1. They always appear close to the sun in Earth's morning or evening sky; their apparent angle from the sun is called elongation. (Web site)
  2. When a planet is at its eastern elongation, it sets after the Sun and is at its best visibility in the evening sky. (Web site)
  3. A planet at greatest eastern elongation is seen in the evening sky and a planet at greatest western elongation will be seen in the morning sky. (Web site)

Inferior Planet

  1. When an inferior planet is visible after sunset, it is near its greatest eastern elongation.
  2. When an inferior planet is visible before sunrise, it is near its greatest western elongation.

Inferior Planets

  1. Superior planets can have any elongation up to the maximum 180 degrees, but inferior planets have a maximum elongation that is less than 180°. (Web site)
  2. Only inferior planets have an inferior conjunction and an elongation that never exceeds a maximum value that is smaller than 180 degrees. (Web site)

Bone

  1. Bone elongation originates from cartilaginous discs (growth plates) at both ends of a growing bone. (Web site)
  2. This is a region of rapid cell division where elongation of the bone takes place during periods of growth. (Web site)

Bones

  1. Eventually the elongation of the bones stops and the cartilage is all converted into bone. (Web site)
  2. In children, excess GH production causes elongation of the bones and associated soft tissue swelling. (Web site)
  3. Bone elongation stops in adults, but bones may change their density and strength at any age (figure 18). (Web site)

Sky

  1. At position 2, the elongation of the planet is reduced to - this value can be measured in the sky.
  2. When a planet reaches the greatest angular separation east of west of the Sun in the sky, it is said to have reached greatest elongation.

Categories

  1. Nature > Matter > Materials > Tensile Strength
  2. Initiation
  3. Planet
  4. Galaxies > Milky Way Galaxy > Solar System > Sun
  5. Hypha

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