Noun(1) (nontechnical usage(2) either of two types of cells (erythrocytes and leukocytes
(1) these subparticles at the centre of an antimony corpuscle are fluid and volatile(2) For a time, all you can see are blurred shapes swimming around on a glass slide, then suddenly everything becomes clear and you are studying a blood corpuscle or a cancerous cell.(3) For example, the corpuscular hypothesis implied that swifter rays would be less refracted by a prism than slower ones because they were exposed for a shorter time to the prism's influence.(4) Boyle reconciled the two aspects of his position by assuming that chemical corpuscles were composed of atoms at a deeper level.(5) When the corpuscular theory of matter was developed and accepted (which could explain but not predict chemical changes in terms of transmutations), this belief was strengthened.(6) Neither Arago nor any other scientist could demonstrate that light must be either a stream of emitted corpuscles or a wave motion.(7) Arterioles have a relatively thick muscular wall in comparison to their luminal diameter; the lumen of the smallest arterioles can accommodate about three to four red blood corpuscles .(8) There was absolutely no way to cure it and the ill persons didn't show the distinct signs of the other kinds - no overproduction of white blood corpuscles , no attacks of high fever and no spleen tumors at all.(9) He argued that matter was composed of corpuscles which themselves were differently built up of different configurations of primary particles.(10) In normocytic anemias, the mean corpuscular volume is within defined normal limits, but the hemoglobin and hematocrit are decreased.(11) High mean corpuscular volume, which is often a sign of either vitamin B12 or folate deficiency, has been found to be predictive for a risk of colorectal polyps in men.(12) It is composed of: red corpuscles , white cells, platelets, and blood plasma.(13) He used the term corpuscles to describe the negatively charged particles that we now call electrons.(14) This complete blood count was done on an instrument which employs impedance and pulse editing technology in measuring the mean corpuscular volume.(15) But the result of the treatment can affect the blood corpuscles and may even cause death.(16) To explain some of his observations Newton had to argue that the corpuscles of light created waves in the aether.
(1) blood corpuscle :: blodlegeme
1. blood cell ::
2. blood corpuscle ::
Different Formscorpuscle, corpuscles
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