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PRIMARY GALLBLADDER
MIDDLE
TREATMENT
RADIATION
EXPLOSION
EROSION
DEEPER LAYERS
PAPER
RESULT
HUGE NUMBER
COLLAPSE
CELLS LINING
SUPERNOVA
GIANT PLANETS
WHITENING TOOTHPASTES
BRAIN
INNERMOST
THOUGHT
CONVECTION ZONE
ATMOSPHERES
ENERGY
SUN
ECTODERM
PARTICLES
NEGATIVELY
EARTH
CORE
MATERIAL
TOOTH
NOURISHMENT
INNER LAYERS
INNER
SOLAR WIND
INTERSTELLAR MEDIUM
SKIN
EPIDERMIS
STAR
PLANETARY NEBULA
OUTER LAYERS
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Primary Gallbladder

  1. Primary gallbladder cancer begins in the inner layer and spreads into the outer layers as it grows.

Middle

  1. The middle layer includes a copolymer of an aromatic vinyl monomer and an alkyl acrylate, which mainly connects the inner and outer layers.

Treatment

  1. This treatment does burn the outer layers of skin and carries with it some discomfort and risk of infection.

Radiation

  1. When a comet approaches the inner solar system, radiation from the Sun causes its outer layers of ice to evaporate.

Explosion

  1. The collapsed star then blows its outer layers into space in an explosion that can briefly outshine its entire parent galaxy.

Erosion

  1. The report revealed that placing children's teeth in contact with syrupy medications could cause erosion to the outer layers of the teeth.
  2. Abrasion and erosion can also wear away the tooth's hard outer layers, leaving the pulp vulnerable.

Deeper Layers

  1. The deeper layers are composed of heavier materials; they are hotter, denser and under much greater pressure than the outer layers.

Paper

  1. Inkless printers use paper with colorless dye crystals embedded between the two outer layers of the paper.

Result

  1. The sun is so hot that it boils off its outer layers, and the result is a constant outward expanding very thin gas.

Huge Number

  1. Enough of the huge number of neutrinos produced when the core collapses interact with the gas in outer layers, helping to heat it up.

Collapse

  1. Known as "the collapsed pyramid", the outer layers of the casing began to collapse, leaving the exposed core showing.

Cells Lining

  1. Gastric cancer begins in the cells lining the mucosal layer and spreads through the outer layers as it grows.

Supernova

  1. The star implodes in a supernova, blowing off much of its outer layers and leaving an NS as a remnant.

Giant Planets

  1. Beneath their outer layers, the giant planets have no solid surfaces.

Whitening Toothpastes

  1. Whitening toothpastes contain mild abrasives that can remove surface stains from your teeth- reaching more than the outer layers.

Brain

  1. In the brain it is mainly found in the outer layers of the cerebrum which is responsible for advanced mental functions.
  2. In brain, all the cell bodies of the neurons are present in the outer layers.

Innermost

  1. Primary gallbladder cancer starts in the innermost layer and spreads through the outer layers as it grows.
  2. Gallbladder cancer begins in the innermost layer of tissue and spreads through the outer layers as it grows.

Thought

  1. Such circuits in the cortex (outer layers) of the brain appear to subserve the neurophysiology of memory, thought, imagination, and fantasy.

Convection Zone

  1. Convective overshoot is thought to occur at the base of the convection zone, carrying turbulent downflows into the outer layers of the radiative zone.

Atmospheres

  1. Stars with a mass up to 8-10 solar masses evolve into red giants and slowly lose their outer layers during pulsations in their atmospheres.

Energy

  1. Very hot stars near the explosion have plenty of energy to ionize those outer layers as they speed away from the explosion.
  2. The energy released by the collapse blows away the outer layers of the star.

Sun

  1. Stars with several times the mass of the Sun have a convection zone deep within the interior and a radiative zone in the outer layers.
  2. At this time, the outer layers of the Sun will expand to roughly up to 260 times its current diameter; the Sun will become a red giant.
  3. This corresponds to the period of solar activity cycle involving solar flares, prominences and other phenomena associated with the outer layers of the Sun.

Ectoderm

  1. Ectoderm: Outer layers of cells in the three-layered embryo.

Particles

  1. Muon Chamber The outer layers of a particle detector capable of registering tracks of charged particles.

Negatively

  1. Recall that electrons are negatively charged particles that make up the outer layers of the atom.
  2. A negatively charged particle commonly found in the outer layers of atoms.

Earth

  1. The outer layers of the Earth are divided into lithosphere and asthenosphere.
  2. Continental Crust: Solid, outer layers of the earth, including the rocks of the continents.

Core

  1. As stars of at least 0.4 solar masses[ 2] exhaust their supply of hydrogen at their core, their outer layers expand greatly and cool to form a red giant.
  2. Stage 9: Core Remnant What remains after the outer layers are thrown off depends on the mass of the core.
  3. Helium Shell Flashes take place in the region around the core and their energy causes the outer layers to be ejected.

Material

  1. Material from the outer layers of a (bloated) companion star is sucked towards the neutron star as a result of its very strong gravitational field.
  2. The material in the center of the mass is confined by the pressure of the outer layers of the mass, and thus does not expand initially.
  3. The material that used to be the outer layers of these stars is blown into space.

Tooth

  1. Dental cavities (caries) are holes in the two outer layers of a tooth called the enamel and the dentin.
  2. The resulting reaction and bacterial processes affect the outer layers of the tooth, such as the enamel and dentin layers.

Nourishment

  1. The choroid provides oxygen and nourishment to the outer layers of the retina [1].

Inner Layers

  1. It is interesting to note that during development, the inner layers are formed before the outer layers are.
  2. These whiteners are also only capable of treating the discoloration on the outer layers of the teeth and not on the inner layers.

Inner

  1. Dissection occurs when a small tear in the innermost layer of the aorta's wall allows blood to squeeze in between the inner and outer layers of the wall.
  2. The visceral pericardium apparently produces the pericardial fluid, which lubricates motion between the inner and outer layers of the pericardium.
  3. The outer layers of skin breaks the wind, and the inner reduces condensation in the fur.

Solar Wind

  1. The Sun's magnetic field structures its atmosphere and outer layers all the way through the corona and into the solar wind.
  2. A third theory, similar to the second, argues that the outer layers of Mercury were " eroded " by the solar wind over a longer period of time.

Interstellar Medium

  1. A large amount of mass is lost at this stage as the outer layers are returned to the interstellar medium.

Skin

  1. In some cases, the blisters merge together into sheets, forming a confluent rash, which begin to detach the outer layers of skin from the underlying flesh.
  2. This type of radiation goes into the outer layers of the skin, but does not go deeper into tissues and organs below the skin.
  3. Skin cancer is a disease in which cancer (malignant) cells are found in the outer layers of your skin.

Epidermis

  1. The epidermis (epi = upon, over), or skin, other outer layers, and the nervous system in vertebrates (not in all animals) are formed from ectoderm tissue.
  2. In psoriasis, an activated immune system triggers the skin to reproduce every three to four days, building up on the outer layers (epidermis and keratin).
  3. Similar to exfoliating your skin, the injury causes the damaged outer layers of the epidermis to peel away.

Star

  1. The more massive stars are more luminous and have more extended envelopes (the outer layers of gas in a star are sometimes called its "envelope").
  2. A supernova releases a tremendous amount of energy, expelling the outer layers of the star and becoming extremely bright.
  3. Nicknamed the Eight-Burst Nebula and the Southern Ring Nebula, the glowing gas originated in the outer layers of a star like our Sun.

Planetary Nebula

  1. Huge pulsations build up and eventually give the outer layers of the star enough kinetic energy to be ejected, potentially forming a planetary nebula.
  2. Following the red giant phase, intense thermal pulsations will cause the Sun to throw off its outer layers, forming a planetary nebula.
  3. Then it ejects its outer layers into space, producing a planetary nebula.

Outer Layers

  1. The ejected outer layers will form what is known as a planetary nebula, returning some of the material that formed the Sun to the interstellar medium.
  2. Planetary nebulae (PNe) are the spectacular final phase in the life of Sun-like stars, when the star ejects its outer layers into the surrounding space.
  3. Stars that have a mass of up to 8-10 solar masses evolve into red giants and slowly lose their outer layers during pulsations in their atmosphere.

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  1. Planetary Nebula
  2. Epidermis
  3. Science > Physics > Astrophysics > Interstellar Medium
  4. Inner
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