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subjacent

A property that is contiguous to another,but at a lower level.
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Multiple factors related to appearances of lesions have been suggested, including immunologic, hematologic, hormonal, vascular and subjacent inflammatory conditions (15-16); also, associations between the neuroendocrine axis and behavior have been studied seeking to explain the way in which psychiatric disorders have somatic manifestations.
Subjacent to the secretory epidermis is a zone of isodiametric parenchyma cells 6-10 cell layers deep.
The literature has thus far overlooked the intuitive point that thresholds associated with nonconvexities that generate poverty traps might induce risk taking among a specific subpopulation--the poor who are subjacent to the threshold--for whom gambles may provide a mechanism for (probabilistic) wealth accumulation when credit- or savings-based investment is infeasible.
5cm thick interval above the subjacent cross-bedded oolite bar in the upper Karnak beds.
He opened his classic paper as follows: "Some years ago the question occurred to me in connection with this theory of Helmholtz whether the entire mass of the Sun might not be a mixture of transparent gases, and whether Herschel's clouds might not arise from the precipitation of some of these gases, say carbon, near the surface, with the revaporization when fallen or carried into the hotter subjacent layers of atmosphere beneath; the circulation necessary for the play of this Espian theory being of course maintained by the constant disturbance of equilibrium due to the loss of heat by radiation of the precipitated clouds" [42].
Creative city notion is not easy to identify as a common conceptual ground to cover all the diversity of interpretations and practices that are subjacent to it.
This definition raises a subjacent question: when speaking about loyalty, should researchers limited themselves to observation and description of behaviour, or should they also take into account the feelings, beliefs, intentions and attitudes of the actors?
The subjacent egg cytoplasm contained numerous mitochondria, yolk granules, and lipid droplets (Fig.
This aestheticization of a 'kastom people', to use Babadzan's term (1988), its transformation into a sublimated image through a deritualization of the ceremonial acts, formerly strictly cult-related, of the groups forming it, simultaneously reveals and conceals the political dimension of the collective identification aspects subjacent to this process.
2c) consists of separate, discernible and irregular waxy platelets arranging the surface extremely densely and mostly overlapping each other so that gaps are hardly distinguished, as well as the platelets are located almost perpendicular to both the subjacent layer and the pitcher surface.