1. rintavako



  1. tila, alue, rintojen väli, dekoltee, solunjakautuminen, jakautuminen, solun jakautuminen, hajaannus.

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jakautuminen, solun jakautuminen

rintojen väli, dekoltee

The act of cleave cleaving or the state of being cleft. (defdate)
(quote-book) Bulletin|seriesvolume=no. 239|location=Washington, D.C.|publisher=w:United States Government Publishing Office|Government Printing Office|year=1905|page=51|pageurl=|oclc=457972806|passage=Mineral cleavage is a property of cohesion. The cleavage of the particles themselves and its attitude with reference to the plane of the greatest and mean dimensional axes help to determine the perfection of rock cleavage. The more nearly parallel to the greater dimensions of the particle, and the better the mineral cleavage, the better the rock cleavage produced.
(quote-book)|year=1990|page=434|isbn=978-0-521-26581-2|passage=It will become apparent from the following discussion that some of the various structures which are grouped together as cleavage may correspond to a schistosity and/or foliation. Accordingly, Wilson defines rock cleavage (and schistosity) as a planar structure, usually distinct from stratification, which permits rocks to be fractured or cleaved into thin slices. Dennis (1977) defines cleavage as a set of closely spaced secondary, planar, parallel fabric elements that impart mechanical anisotropy to a rock without apparent loss of cohesion. This latter definition appears more precise; however, as we shall see, it presents many difficulties in dealing with those forms of cleavage which are mainly defined by foliation or by fractures.
The hollow or separation between a woman's breasts, especially as revealed by a low neckline. (defdate)
(quote-book)|year=2003|isbn=978-0-333-78648-2|passage=Wendy thought that her therapist was looking down her cleavage and said so. The therapist was mortified and chiefly felt guilty, unsure whether she had been looking down her patient's cleavage or not. On a reflex she assured Wendy that she was not looking down her cleavage and the matter appeared to rest.
(quote-book)|location=New York, N.Y.|publisher=(w)|year=2015|isbn=978-0-8021-2345-9|passage=All this time I kept my gaze fixed on hers, an enormously difficult task given the gravitational pull exerted by her cleavage. While I was critical of many things when it came to so-called Western civilization, cleavage was not one of them.
puhekieltä Any similar separation between two body parts, such as the buttocks or toes.
(quote-book)|location=London|publisher=w:Picador (imprint)|Picador|year=2003|page=95|isbn=978-0-330-43273-3|passage=Half an hour later, she was staring at a large bottom-cleavage, which was protruding from under the bed. / 'Ohhh Kayyy. Here we go. This is basically your problem.' / Olivia took a few steps back as the bottom-cleavage started wriggling out towards her. Connor the counter-surveillance expert pulled himself awkwardly to his knees, (..)
(quote-book) at the (w)|year=2014|isbn=978-1-55861-864-0|passage=Brenda lifted the top off a shoebox and dug beneath the tissue paper, unearthing a two-toned, turquoise-and-cream, high-heeled pump. "This is one of my favorites," she said, balancing it in the palm of her hand. "I love shoes that show toe cleavage." / "Toe cleavage?" / Brenda kicked off a leather sandal, slipped her foot into the pump, and pointed to the baseline of her toes peeking through. "That's toe cleavage!"
puhekieltä The repeated division of a cell into daughter cells after mitosis. (defdate)
(quote-book)|month=spring|year=2008|page=16|oclc=892838280|passage=Citellate annelids (leeches + oligochaetes) provide solid ground for comparative analyses, because they form a monophyletic group within the paraphyletic polychaetes(nb..). (..) The unequal cleavage of the zygote followed by the unequal cleavage of the CD cell is critical for D-quadrant specification since the cytoplasmic determinants present in teloplasm are segregated to the larger CD cell at first asymmetric cleavage and then to the larger D cell at the second asymmetric cleavage(nb..).
puhekieltä The splitting of a large molecule into smaller ones.
(quote-journal)|year=2006|volume=42|section=abstract|page=281|passage=Carotenoid cleavage oxygenases (CCOs) are a class of enzymes that oxidatively cleave carotenoids into apocarotenoids. Carotenoid cleavage oxygenases have been identified in plants and animals and produce a wide range of cleavage products. (..) Two of the three enzymes showed cleavage of β, β-carotene at the 9,10 and 15,15' position, respectively.
puhekieltä The tendency of a crystal to split along specific planes. (defdate)
(quote-book)|year=1982|page=202|isbn=978-0-262-58050-2|passage=Notice that cleavage has nothing to do with imperfections in the crystal. Indeed, if you try cleaving an imperfect crystal, you may find that it cannot be cleaved as well as a perfect one. The cleavage is the result of the orderliness of the atomic arrangement. No wonder imperfections, which disturb the orderliness, disturb the cleavage as well. You will also note that the cleavage directions are obedient to the symmetry of the crystal.
puhekieltä The division of voters into voting blocs.


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