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ASTRONOMERS
GALAXIES
GALAXY
FORM
FORMS
PLAQUE
TEETH
RENAL CORTEX
KIDNEY
OUTER CORE
CORE
ATMOSPHERE
SKULL
SPINAL CORD
ADRENAL GLANDS
GLANDS
VISIBLE
CORONA
THIN
WIRY
ENAMEL ORGAN
EPITHELIUM
NUCLEUS
ANNULUS
MANTLE
LITHOSPHERE
OUTER EDGE
ASTEROID BELT
OUTER SOLAR SYSTEM
SOLAR SYSTEM
CHORION
TROPHOBLAST
TIBET
OUTER WORLD
BLOOD VESSELS
EPICARDIUM
BRAIN
CEREBRUM
OUTER PRODUCT
INNER MEMBRANES
INNER MEMBRANE
INNER CORE
COMPACT BONE
OUTER PART
ADRENAL CORTEX
ECTODERM
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Astronomers

  1. Our solar system may have an outer "edge" just outside the orbit of Pluto, astronomers announced today.

Galaxies

  1. The inner ring and outer ring are comprised of multiple images of two galaxies at a distance of 6 billion and approximately 11 billion light-years.
  2. A space observatory is any instrument in outer space which is used for observation of distant planets, galaxies, and other outer space objects.
  3. In the outer regions of most galaxies, stars orbit around the centre so fast that they should fly away.

Galaxy

  1. It contains the sun, all the planets including Earth, all of our galaxy, plus many other galaxies, and all of outer space.
  2. They found a clear break in the surface brightness of stars from the inner parts of Andromeda and fainter ones from outer parts of the galaxy.
  3. Two spiral arms start just outside the core, and then spiral outward like a pinwheel to the outer edges of the galaxy.

Form

  1. Note that they form a distinct layer between the outer "molecular" and inner "granule" layers of the cerebellar cortex.
  2. Electrons that form the outer casing for atoms are leptons and, as far as is known, are not constructed from any smaller constituents.
  3. Bone cells that form the outer layer of bone.

Forms

  1. Its outer layer, apposed to bone, forms the cranial periosteum, whereas the inner layer overlies the cortical surface lined by arachnoid.
  2. This forms the outer layer of compact bone.
  3. The first part of the tooth that forms in the bone is the outer shell of the enamel.

Plaque

  1. With proper brushing, you can remove plaque from the inner, outer and chewing surfaces of each tooth.
  2. This fluoride is absorbed directly into dental plaque and the outer layers of the tooth that are in the beginning stages of demineralizing.

Teeth

  1. Proper brushing helps remove plaque from the outer, inner, and chewing surfaces of your teeth.
  2. Strictly speaking, "dental caries" means holes in the outer two layers of the teeth, the enamel and the dentin.
  3. The enamel, which is the hard outer coating of your teeth, wears thin, allowing the underlying layer of yellowish dentin to show through.

Renal Cortex

  1. The renal cortex is the outer portion of the kidney between the renal capsule and the renal medulla.
  2. Renal cortex: The renal cortex is the outer part of the kidney and has a reddish colour (shown as very pale brown above).

Kidney

  1. The renal cortex is the outer layer of the kidney and the medulla is the inner layer of the kidney.
  2. The renal medulla is the middle region of the kidney between the pelvis and the outer layer of the kidney, which is called the cortex.
  3. The outer portion of the kidney is called the renal cortex, the next portion is called the renal medulla, at the center of the kidney is the pelvis.

Outer Core

  1. The outer core is molten liquid and surrounds a solid inner core about the size of the moon.

Core

  1. These layers consist of the crust, mantle, outer core, and inner core.
  2. Geophysicists divide the core into an inner and outer core.
  3. The flow of heat from the core drives fluid motions in the outer core that produce an electric current and generate the magnetic field.

Atmosphere

  1. But, the outer atmosphere, known as the corona, has been shown to reach temperatures of over a million degrees.
  2. More than 200 research scientists study the planet from its deepest interior to the outer reaches of its atmosphere, on every continent and in every ocean.
  3. Atmosphere - the blanket of air surrounding the earth, from sea level to outer space.

Skull

  1. The outer surface of the dura adheres to the skull, while the inner surface is loosely connected to the arachnoid layer.
  2. The outer layer is continuous with the periosteum of the inner surface of the skull.
  3. Bones surrounding the nose contain honeycomb (air filled cavities between the outer and inner layers of the skull) known as the facial sinuses.

Spinal Cord

  1. Intradural - Within or enclosed by the dura mater, which is the tough, fibrous membrane that forms the outer layer of the spinal cord and brain.
  2. The spinal cord is formed by a central channel surrounded by "grey matter" with an outer layer of "white matter".
  3. Corticospinal: Referring to or connecting the outer region of the brain (cerebral cortex) and the spinal cord.

Adrenal Glands

  1. The "-adrenocorticism" part refers to the cortex or outer layer of the two adrenal glands; the inner layer is called the adrenal medulla.
  2. The outer layer of an organ or body part, such as the cerebrum or the adrenal glands.
  3. Adrenocortical carcinoma is a rare but aggressive form of cancer that affects the outer layer (cortex) of the adrenal glands situated atop the kidneys.

Glands

  1. Motor neurons (motoneurons) carry signals from the central nervous system to the outer parts (muscles, skin, glands) of your body.
  2. Earwax - yellow secretion from glands in the outer ear (cerumen) that keeps the skin of the ear dry and protected from infection.
  3. Ear wax (medical name - cerumen) is produced by glands in the skin of the outer portion of the ear canal.

Visible

  1. Seen from Earth, the galaxy is almost edge on, with the spiral arms clearly visible in the outer parts, along with a bright core at its center.
  2. For the outer planets, this is generally the closest they come to the Earth, hence when they are most easily visible.
  3. Mitochondria have two membranes, an inner and an outer, clearly visible in this electron microscope photo of a mitochondrion.

Corona

  1. For astronomers, a total solar eclipse forms a rare opportunity to watch the corona, the outer layer of the Sun.
  2. The outer region of the corona stretches far into space and consists of particles traveling slowly away from the Sun.
  3. The corona is the outer part of the Sun's atmosphere.

Thin

  1. Epiphysis - broad ends of a long bone that articulate with other bones, consist of spongy bone with a thin outer layer of compact bone.
  2. They primarily consist of cancellous bone, with a thin outer layer of compact bone.
  3. This information reveals that Earth is composed of three basic sections, the crust (the thin outer layer), the mantle, and the core.

Wiry

  1. Coat: The outer coat is wiry and harsh and the under coat is soft and dense.
  2. Coat: The outer coat is harsh, wiry and thick.
  3. The outer coat is hard and wiry, the undercoat softer and close to the skin.

Enamel Organ

  1. The location of the enamel organ where the outer and inner enamel epithelium join is called the cervical loop.
  2. The cervical loop is the location on an enamel organ in a developing tooth where the outer enamel epithelium and the inner enamel epithelium join.
  3. The enamel organ is composed of the outer enamel epithelium, inner enamel epithelium, stellate reticulum and stratum intermedium.

Epithelium

  1. Ectoderm forms tissues associated with outer layers: skin, hair, sweat glands, epithelium.
  2. Epithelial Membranes An epithelial membrane is so named because its outer surface is made of epithelium.

Nucleus

  1. The nucleus of the atom would be the size of a pea in the centre of the stadium, and the electrons would be whizzing around the outer stands.
  2. They are, 1) attractive force from the nucleus, 2) Repulsive forces between electrons (electrons within a shell and electrons from inner and outer shells).
  3. However there is some doubt that Omega Centauri may be the nucleus of a galaxy whose outer parts have been stripped off.

Annulus

  1. These discs are round and flat, with a tough, outer layer (annulus) that surrounds a jellylike material called the nucleus.
  2. The annulus is heated at the outer wall and cooled at the inner wall, and the resulting fluid flows give rise to baroclinically unstable waves.
  3. First, there are pain sensors in the outer rim of the annulus.

Mantle

  1. Cerebral Cortex - The cerebral cortex is the outer mantle of the brain that in humans is highly folded.
  2. The function of the mantle is to separate the inner mantle and the outer mantle.
  3. The earth is composed of a series of layers, including the crust, mantle, and inner and outer core.

Lithosphere

  1. In geology, a crust is the outer layer of a planet, part of its lithosphere.
  2. Oceanic crust comprises the outer layer of the lithosphere lying beneath the oceans.
  3. The outer portion of the Earth, the crust and the uppermost part of the mantle (the lithosphere) is composed of rigid units called plates.

Outer Edge

  1. The outer edge of the terrestrial region, between 2 and 4 AU from Sun, is called the asteroid belt.
  2. The nuclear burning is almost completely shut off beyond the outer edge of the core (about 25% of the distance to the surface or 175,000 km from the center).
  3. When this happens, we have an Annular Eclipse, with a visible ring of the Sun still showing around the outer edge of the Moon.

Asteroid Belt

  1. The solar system is subdivided into the inner planets, the asteroid belt, and the outer planets.
  2. Most C and D-type asteroids are located near the outer reaches of the asteroid belt and may, therefore, be the most remote sources of meteorites available.
  3. It orbits in the outer part of the asteroid belt and is classified as a Cybele asteroid.

Outer Solar System

  1. This region is sometimes known as the "outer Solar System", though others use that term to mean the region beyond the asteroid belt.
  2. The asteroid belt between Mars and Jupiter forms the boundary between the inner solar system and the outer solar system.
  3. In the outer solar system, comets remain frozen and are extremely difficult or impossible to detect from Earth due to their small size.

Solar System

  1. In addition, the giant planets of the outer solar system - Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune - are composed predominantly of gases.
  2. There is some debate as to whether the icy bodies in the outer solar system, such as Pluto, should be considered planets, and this issue remains unresolved.
  3. However, the concept of Planet X has been revived by a number of astronomers to explain other anomalies observed in the outer Solar System.

Chorion

  1. Forms the outer layer of the chorion and together with maternal tissue will form the placenta.
  2. The wall of the blastocyst takes on the function of becoming the outer layer of membranes (chorion) surrounding the embryo.
  3. The blastocyst wall becomes the outer layer of membranes or chorion, which surround the embryo, while another inner layer of membranes becomes the amnion.

Trophoblast

  1. Trophoblast: The outer layer of cells of the blastocyst that attach to the uterine wall and give rise to the placenta.
  2. This then changes to a blastocyst, consisting of an outer layer called a trophoblast, and an inner cell mass called the embryoblast.
  3. Trophoblast - The outer layer of the cells forming the wall of the blastocyst.

Tibet

  1. Inner Mongolia is considered as several provinces by the ROC, but not "areas" like Tibet and (Outer) Mongolia.
  2. By the mid-18th century, the Qing had successfully put outer regions such as Inner and Outer Mongolia, Tibet and Xinjiang under its control.
  3. The outer territories consist of Manchuria in the northeast, Inner Mongolia in the north, Xinjiang Uygur in the west, and Tibet in the southwest.

Outer World

  1. OUTER, INNER AND ALTERNATIVE KALACHAKRA Outer Kalachakra refers to the outer world which is the vessel supporting the living beings.
  2. From the innermost gate outwards this represents the movement or progress of the teachings of Yungdrung Bon into the outer world and especially Tibet.
  3. The cells of larger animals are buried many layers deep, so these animals require a system that connects each cell to the outer world.

Blood Vessels

  1. The dura consists of an outer layer, rich in blood vessels and nerves, and an inner layer, firmly attached to the arachnoid.
  2. The outer layer of this membrane contains nerves and blood vessels that branch and travel into the bone.
  3. The outer layer of the pericardium surrounds the roots of the heart's major blood vessels.

Epicardium

  1. The outer layer is called the epicardium, or visceral pericardium since it is also the inner wall of the pericardium.
  2. The epicardium is the outer layer of the heart, containing the blood vessels and nerves which supply the heart.
  3. The inner layer of the pericardium is called the epicardium, the outer layer is the heart itself.

Brain

  1. Subdural Within the space between the outer two (dura and arachnoid) of the three membranes lining the brain and spinal cord.
  2. A subdural hematoma is a collection of blood in the space between the outer layer (dura) and middle layers of the covering of the brain (the meninges).
  3. The outer layer of the cerebrum - the cerebral cortex and areas deep within the brain - the basal ganglia, are made up of grey matter.

Cerebrum

  1. The cerebrum's outer layer, the cerebral cortex, is composed of gray matter made up of nerve cell bodies.
  2. The Cerebrum has an outer layer of gray matter, composed primarily of nerve cells, called the Cortex.
  3. The gray matter which forms the outer layer of the cerebrum is called the cerebral cortex.

Outer Product

  1. But whatever I've tried so far with Outer I didn't manage to get the outer product of two vectors as described above.
  2. Thus, the inner product of two matrices has the same rank as the outer product (or tensor product) of two vectors.
  3. The inner and outer product can be generalized to any dimensional; however the cross product is only defined in a 3-dimension space.

Inner Membranes

  1. A mitochondrion contains outer and inner membranes composed of phospholipid bilayers and proteins.
  2. The outer and inner membranes of the mitochondria form two sub-compartments: the internal matrix space and the intermembrane space.

Inner Membrane

  1. Like a mitochondrion, a chloroplast has an outer and inner membrane, with an intermembrane space between them.
  2. Mitochondria are a part of tissue cells that consists of an outer and an inner membrane.
  3. The intermembrane space is the region between the inner membrane and the outer membrane of a mitochondrion or a chloroplast.

Inner Core

  1. By material strength, the layering of the earth is categorized as lithosphere, asthenosphere, upper mantle, lower mantle, outer core, and the inner core.
  2. Crust, upper mantle, asthenosphere, mantle, outer core, inner core.
  3. Chemically, the Earth can be divided into the crust, mantle, outer core, and inner core.

Compact Bone

  1. Compact bone or (Cortical bone) The hard outer layer of bones is composed of compact bone tissue, so-called due to its minimal gaps and spaces.
  2. Compact bone is found in the diaphysis (shaft) of long bones and as the outer layer of all bones.
  3. A typical bone has an outer layer of hard or compact bone, which is very strong, dense and tough.

Outer Part

  1. These glands are made up of an inner part called the adrenal medulla and an outer part called the adrenal cortex.
  2. The core is the inner part of the earth, the crust is the outer part and between them is the mantle.
  3. The adrenal cortex, the outer part of each of the two adrenal glands, produces aldosterone, cortisol, and other steroids.

Adrenal Cortex

  1. The outer layer of the adrenal gland, known as the adrenal cortex secretes corticosteroid hormones, androgen hormones and aldosterone hormone.
  2. An adrenal gland is made of two parts: the outer region is called the adrenal cortex and the inner region is called the adrenal medulla.
  3. They consist of an inner layer called the adrenal medulla and an outer layer called the adrenal cortex.

Ectoderm

  1. What is ECTODERMAL DYSPLASIA? The ectoderm is the outer layer of the skin, sweat glands, hair, teeth and nails.
  2. The outer layer, the ectoderm, forms the central nervous system and epidermis.
  3. At this point, the embryo has an outer layer of ectoderm, and lying under part of it, a band of prechordal mesoderm and notochord.

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