... close and flat) hairs.
silky: with adpressed, soft
and straight pubescence.
stellate, stellifrom: ... tomentose: densely pubescent with matted, soft
white woolly hairs.
cano-tomentose: between ... with curly hairs.
villous: with long and soft
hairs, usually curved.
woolly: with ...
Viscoelasticity is readily evident in many soft
tissues, where there is energy dissipation, or hysteresis, between the loading and unloading of the tissue during mechanical tests. Some soft
tissues can be preconditioned by repetitive cyclic loading to the extent ...
... , central nervous system, retinoblastoma , Wilms' tumor , germ cell, soft
tissue sarcomas , hepatic, lymphomas (such as Hodgkin's disease ), ... cervix, larynx, lung, pancreas, prostate, skin, spine, stomach, uterus, or soft
tissue sarcomas. Radiation can also be used to treat leukemia and lymphoma ...
... When spaghetti is cooked, water molecules diffuse into the spaghetti strings, making them thicker and more flexible.
Carbon dioxide bubbles in soft
drinks start as small nuclei and grow because of the diffusion of carbon dioxide molecules towards them.
A smelly gas distributes itself over a ...
... from the microelectrode, the chloride solution is replaced with cerralow, a low melting temperature alloy. The tip is electroplated with soft
gold and platinum black, from chloroplatinic acid. Electrodes of this type are used to measure electrical pulses in unmyelinated axons down to 100 ...
... coiled coil structure while beta-keratin have twisted beta sheet structure.
In humans, the keratin family of proteins is divided into the soft
epithelial keratins or cytokeratins and the hard hair keratins . These can be divided into type I (acidic) and type II (basic to neutral) ...
Magnetic resonance imaging
... power potentially absorbed by the patient during a protracted operation.
Radiation Therapy Simulation
Because of MRI's superior imaging of soft
tissues, it is now being utilized to specifically locate tumors within the body in preparation for radiation therapy treatments. For therapy ...