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THREE TERMINALS
PURPOSES
SERVICES
ACCESS
SHINGLES
STRUCTURE
CEREBRAL CORTEX
MIDDLE
FORM
MANTLE
CONTINENTAL CRUST
MYOCARDIUM
DENTATE GYRUS
OUTERMOST
EMBRYO
VEINS
AORTA
SEMICONDUCTOR MATERIAL
SMOOTH MUSCLE
TOP
DUCT TAPE
BODY
BODY WALL
INSULATING MATERIAL
MUSCULARIS
CEREBELLAR CORTEX
SKIN
WALL
WALLS
CEREBROSPINAL FLUID
ARTERY
ARTERIES
TUNICA ADVENTITIA
CONNECTIVE
GASTRULATION
MEMBRANES
PRESENTATION
OSI MODEL
OSI
OSI REFERENCE MODEL
LAYERS
MESODERM
BRAIN
SPINAL CORD
ENDODERM
ECTODERM
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Definitions

  1. The three layers are named the dura matter (most external and the toughest), the arachnoid (middle) and the pia mater (innermost). (Web site)
  2. Three layers are evident in the extensive Etruscan art motifs. (Web site)
  3. The three layers are the ectoderm, the mesoderm, and the endoderm.
  4. All three layers are interdependent for proper video functionality.
  5. These three layers are formed as the blastula turns into the gastrula.

Three Terminals

  1. The BJT has three terminals, corresponding to the three layers of semiconductor - an emitter, a base, and a collector. (Web site)

Purposes

  1. Meninges are basically coatings, with the three layers having different thicknesses, textures and purposes. (Web site)
  2. For purposes of this discussion, the lowest three layers of the OSI model are relevant.

Services

  1. Each of the upper three layers provides services for user and application processes. (Web site)

Access

  1. The network infrastructure can be broken into the following three layers: access, distribution, and core. (Web site)

Shingles

  1. Another is the single layer of protection that it offers as opposed to three layers when you use shingles. (Web site)

Structure

  1. However, if there are more than three layers of old roofing on the structure, they must be removed completely before applying new shingles.

Cerebral Cortex

  1. RESULTS: At 12–23 weeks, the brain had a smooth surface, and two or three layers were differentiated in the cerebral cortex. (Web site)

Middle

  1. It is the middle of the three layers (data-link, network, and transport) concerned with the actual movement of information from one device to another. (Web site)

Form

  1. Three layers of tissue form the heart wall. (Web site)

Mantle

  1. Three layers may now be defined—an internal or ependymal, an intermediate or mantle, and an external or marginal. (Web site)
  2. Three layers of rock: the crust, the mantle, and the core.

Continental Crust

  1. Oceanic crust is significantly simpler than continental crust and generally it can be divided in three layers. (Web site)

Myocardium

  1. The heart tissue itself can be subdivided into three layers; (from the outside in) epicardium, myocardium, and endocardium. (Web site)

Dentate Gyrus

  1. The dentate gyrus consists of three layers of neurons: molecular, granular, and polymorphic. (Web site)

Outermost

  1. The ectoderm is the outermost of the three layers. (Web site)

Embryo

  1. Ectoderm (French: ectoderme) The outer of three layers of cells comprising the early embryo. (Web site)

Veins

  1. Veins have the same three layers that arteries do, but are thinner and less flexible. (Web site)

Aorta

  1. If the dissection tears the aorta completely open (through all three layers) massive and rapid blood loss occurs.

Semiconductor Material

  1. This may be the result of all three layers being composed of the same semiconductor material.

Smooth Muscle

  1. Under the submucosa, the muscularis externa in the stomach differs from that of other GI organs in that it has three layers of smooth muscle instead of two.
  2. Venules have three layers; they have the same makeup as arteries with less smooth muscle, making them thinner.

Top

  1. This layer acts as an interface between the bottom and top three layers. (Web site)
  2. The three layers of the entablature have distinct names: the architrave comes at the bottom, the frieze is in the middle and the cornice lies on the top. (Web site)

Duct Tape

  1. Duct tape was manufactured by pressing these three layers together.

Body

  1. Germ layers: The three layers of an embryo that will later form the different parts of the body. (Web site)
  2. Its members are tripoblastic animals because their body is composed of three layers of cells. (Web site)
  3. Together, the three layers are called the primary germ layers, since they originate all organs in the body.

Body Wall

  1. Cnidarians are further characterized by having a body wall composed of three layers: an outer epidermis, an inner gastrodermis, and a middle mesogloea. (Web site)

Insulating Material

  1. Typical quilting is done with three layers: the top fabric or quilt top, batting or insulating material and backing material. (Web site)

Muscularis

  1. The muscularis in the stomach differs from other GI organs in that it has three layers of muscle instead of two.

Cerebellar Cortex

  1. The cerebellar cortex consists of three layers with five types of neurons: stellate, basket, Purkinje, Golgi and granule cells. (Web site)
  2. Cortical layers There are three layers to the cerebellar cortex; from outer to inner layer, these are the molecular, Purkinje, and granular layers.

Skin

  1. If you compare the topsoil of your garden to that of the flesh of your body you would be stripping the top three layers of your skin off.

Wall

  1. The aorta, the main blood vessel leading from the heart to the rest of the body, has a wall made of three layers.

Walls

  1. Your task in Star Castle is to break through the three layers of walls and destroy the central behemoth.

Cerebrospinal Fluid

  1. The CNS is cushioned with cerebrospinal fluid (CFS), protected by three layers of meninges, and protected from the body by the blood-brain barrier. (Web site)

Artery

  1. The wall of the artery consists of three layers. (Web site)
  2. The walls of a vein are formed of three layers like the walls of an artery. (Web site)

Arteries

  1. As with all other arteries, the aorta is made up of three layers, the intima, the media, and the adventitia. (Web site)
  2. The walls of veins have the same three layers as the arteries. (Web site)
  3. The arteries and veins have the same structure with three layers, from inside to outside. (Web site)

Tunica Adventitia

  1. Most are true aneurysms that involve all three layers (tunica intima, tunica media and tunica adventitia), and are generally asymptomatic before rupture. (Web site)

Connective

  1. The meninges are three layers of connective tissue surrounding structures of the central nervous system. (Web site)
  2. Three layers of connective tissue line the skull and surround the brain. (Web site)
  3. Clear fascia and connective tissue from the second intercostal space and study the three layers of intercostal muscles.

Gastrulation

  1. This early embryonic form undergoes gastrulation, forming a gastrula with either two or three layers (the germ layers). (Web site)
  2. Gastrulation: Folding and migration of cells which transforms a two-layered embryo into three layers. (Web site)
  3. The three layers produced by gastrulation are embryonic tissues called embryonic germ layers. (Web site)

Membranes

  1. The meninges are the three layers, or membranes, which surround the structures of the central nervous system. (Web site)

Presentation

  1. For example, an address that allows the Transport layer to access the Application layer has SAPs at three layers: Transport, Session, and Presentation. (Web site)

Osi Model

  1. Note that the OSI model divides the duties of the Application layer into three layers: Application, Presentation, and Session. (Web site)
  2. A router operates through the first three layers of the OSI model, which adds the network layer to its range of known information. (Web site)
  3. WAN protocols operate at the lowest three layers of the OSI model and define communication over the various wide-area media.

Osi

  1. The TCP application layer performs the equivalent actions that the top three layers of OSI perform: the application, presentation, and session layers.
  2. Thus in these three layers, and these three layers alone, one can reasonably expect OSI to become "complete" and "stable".

Osi Reference Model

  1. Windows NT groups the OSI reference model into three layers: file system drivers, transport protocols, and NIC drivers. (Web site)
  2. WAN technologies generally function at the lower three layers of the OSI reference model: the physical layer, the data link layer, and the network layer.
  3. The X.25 protocol suite maps to the lowest three layers of the OSI reference model. (Web site)

Layers

  1. The DNA is similar in structure to OSI at lower levels, except that the top three layers of the DNA correspond to the top two layers in the OSI model.
  2. The pyramidal cells (the majority of the neurons) span at least three layers, and in many cases all the layers. (Web site)
  3. Packet filtering firewalls work on the first three layers of OSI reference model which means all the work done between the network and physical layers.

Mesoderm

  1. Mesoderm (French: mésoderme) One of the three layers of cells comprising the early embryo. (Web site)

Brain

  1. Upper left panel is a midsagittal view showing the three layers of the meninges in relation to the skull and brain. (Web site)
  2. The meninges are membranes consisting of connective tissue which cover the brain in three layers. (Web site)
  3. Each of these three layers become different parts of the human body.The ectoderm becomes the skin, the brain and the nerves. (Web site)

Spinal Cord

  1. Surrounding the CNS are three layers of membranes, the meninges, that isolate the brain and spinal cord from the rest of the body. (Web site)
  2. Meninges The meninges are made up of three layers of connective tissue that surround and protect both the brain and spinal cord. (Web site)

Endoderm

  1. The anatomical structures of all the organisms is Branch Bilateria come from three layers of cells during development: Endoderm - inner layer. (Web site)

Ectoderm

  1. The embryonic disk soon acquires three layers: the ectoderm (outer layer), mesoderm (middle layer), and endoderm (inner layer). (Web site)
  2. The three layers that make up the gastrula are the ectoderm, mesoderm, and endoderm.
  3. All normal cells of animals develop from one of the three layers of the embryo - the endoderm, the ectoderm or the mesoderm. (Web site)

Categories

  1. Neuroanatomy > Nervous System > Central Nervous System > Meninges
  2. Neuroanatomy > Nervous System > Central Nervous System > Pia Mater
  3. Nervous System > Central Nervous System > Meninges > Dura Mater
  4. Arachnoid
  5. Dermis

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    * Arachnoid * Dermis * Dura Mater * Meninges * Pia Mater
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