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1. The measure of the depth of something, as opposed to its length or width.

2. A layer or stratum.

Breslow's thickness, maximal thickness of a primary cutaneous melanoma measured in tissue sections from the top of the epidermal granular layer, or from the ulcer base (if the tumour is ulcerated), to the bottom of the tumour; metastatic rates correlate closely with tumour thickness.

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cell wall thickness of seeweed

Hi im dooing my 2008 biology Course work and was wondering if any 1 Knows what The cell wall thicknesses are for Fucus vesiculosus fucus serratus (toothed wrack) Himanthalia Elongata (thong weed) or the average thickness for a lower shore sea weed. THNX in advance

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by Flanker
Tue Jul 08, 2008 4:31 pm
Forum: Cell Biology
Topic: cell wall thickness of seeweed
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human heart

... muscular walls of the atria and ventricles differ considerably in elasticity and thickness. Why are the walls different in thickness? 2. compare thicknesses of the walls of the 2 ventricles ande xplain the differences. please help me fellow members. your help will be highly appreciated. thanks ...

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by Unit_01
Sun Oct 22, 2006 7:42 am
Forum: Human Biology
Topic: human heart
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