Pores

Some articles on pore, pores:

Constrictivity
... of the diameter of the diffusing particle to the pore diameter ... The constrictivity is defined not for a single pore, but as the parameter of the entire pore space considered ... because the viscosity of the fluid (which fills the pores) increases in the vicinity of the pore walls (Renkin effect see also electroviscous effects) ...
Pores Of Kohn
... The Pores of Kohn are pores between adjacent alveoli, or interalveolar connections ... ventilation can occur to some extent through these pores ... The pores also allow the passage of other materials such as fluid and bacteria ...
Clostridium Difficile Toxin B - Function - Pore Formation
... are embedded in the host membrane to form pores that allow glucosyltransferase domains to pass through ... acidification leads to conformational changes of the toxin and, more importantly, helps to form pores ... of which residues 958-1130 are hydrophobic and are responsible for the formation of transmembrane pores ...
Berkefeld Filter - Design and Mode of Action - Types
... The filters are classified according to the diameter of the pores in the ceramic material V (Viel) - Coarsest pores N (Normal) - Intermediate sized pores W (Wenig) - Finest pores ...
Spongilla Argyrosperma - Physical Characteristics (Morphology)
... Their bodies are permeated with pores, chambers, and canals for the flow of water through them ... The smaller, more prevalent incurrent pores are the ostia and the larger excurrent pores are the oscula ...

Famous quotes containing the word pores:

    Boredom is like a pitiless zooming in on the epidermis of time. Every instant is dilated and magnified like the pores of the face.
    Jean Baudrillard (b. 1929)

    I am the daughter of Earth and Water,
    And the nursling of the Sky;
    I pass through the pores of the ocean and shores;
    I change, but I cannot die.
    Percy Bysshe Shelley (1792–1822)

    The actor who lets the dust accumulate on his Ibsen, his Shakspere [sic], and his Bible, but pores greedily over every little column of theatrical news, is a lost soul.
    Minnie Maddern Fiske (1865–1932)