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topography

The contours of land—such as flat, rolling, or steep.

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There were no differences in the abundance of feeding field signs between topographies (Table 3).
Therefore, we first confirmed that the silicon-based topographies that were shown to support neuronal guidance of embryonic mouse hippocampal neurons (Micholt et al.
Citation: Nur Izzati Aminuddin et al., "Osteoblast and stem cell response to nanoscale topographies: a review," Science and Technology of Advanced Materials, 2016; 17 (1): 698 DOI: 10.1080/14686996.2016.1242999
A combination of different topographies could be used to differentially functionalise implants for distinct applications, or demarcate particular "zones" within a single device.
Except for the studied neutrality of their approach, the Bechers weren't truly representative of the work in New Topographies. While they compiled an elegiac inventory of a vanishing industrial world, the other participants looked more at the one supplanting it.
Written by English professor Alena Hairston, The Logan Topographies is a poetry collection set in the coal-mining town of Logan, West Virginia.
However, less is known about the occurrence of other topographies of PIB (e.g., self-hitting) among typically developing children.
Among the most compelling are the collectives VALDES (San Fernando Valley Institute of Design) and Futurefarmers, both of which are steeped in analyses of the fluctuating topographies of Los Angeles, attempting to reformulate such maligned developments as suburban sprawl, gated communities, and strip malls.
At this time the ophthalmologist found that the best-corrected VA was only 6/12 in both eyes and he suggested that the patient have corneal topographies done to assess the cause of the poor vision.