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Striation

In numismatics, small lines on the surface of a coin, sometimes only visible with magnification. Striation may be caused by polishing the die that struck the coin.
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Clava measured 2 [micro]m in height and 1 [micro]m capita in width, showing a clavum shape with six striations slightly visible (Fig.
In order to analyze striations in practice, an understanding of the sensitivity of the equations and how error propagates through the analysis would be useful.
Elongated striations with deep diamond-shaped etch marks that are characteristic of prisms, reaching 20 - 50 [micro]m in size, are shown on the right.
2A): Dorsal shield 350 (330-360) long and 240 (220-260) wide, with anterio-lateral striations and broken striations posteriorly.
Near the notch, a characteristic of the fractured surface is the formation of compact "fish bone" striations perpendicular to the direction of crack propagation (as shown in Fig.
Chondrichthyan egg capsules with longitudinal striations have been described for species within several scyliorhinid genera, including Apristurus (Nakaya 1975; Springer 1979; Ebert et al.
Initially making horizontal megaliths echoing geologic striations, De Staebler pioneered grand form while utilising subtle archeological effects.
Among his topics are the ivory tower syndrome, the ground we walk on fluids, surface parings, validation study of three-dimensional striations from outsoles, the potential of electrostatics, and toward a unified theory.
Although the edge detection results originating from other features irrelevant to striations may have various shapes, they do not have the characteristics described above.
Delicate striations of grasses aligned with the array reinforce its linear geometry and recall the site's agricultural past.