1. the union of diverse things into one body or form or group; the growing together of parts
It is formed by the coalescence of the first three neuromeres in the embryo .
The particles are preferably prepared by the limited coalescence polymerization technique.
It is formed by the coalescence of the first three neuromeres in the embryo.
The phenomenon represented a sudden coalescence of intellectual or sensitive people with the lumpen elements.
Conclusion The therapy of small needle - knife can promote fracture coalescence in rabbits.
Objective To explore the effect and mechanism of small needle - knife therapy for fracture coalescence.
The coalescence between short cracks leads to crack propagation and the crack path is predominantly transgranular.
The coalescence mechanism was explored through comparison experiment of oil removal performance of several coalescence fillers.
The same kind of reasoning can be used to explain vertical coalescence of bubbles in beds.
Combined with the parameters determined by experiment, internal recycling continuous flow reactor for coalescence was designed.
The interaction between joints and the coalescence of joints are important problem for geotechnical engineering.
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