Definition of Lineae. Meaning of Lineae. Synonyms of Lineae

Definition of Lineae. Meaning of Lineae. Synonyms of Lineae

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- have numerous lineae; Pluto and Saturn's moon Rhea has several. List of lineae on Europa List of geological features on Venus#Lineae List of geological...
- Seasonal flows on warm Martian slopes (also called recurring slope lineae, recurrent slope lineae and RSL) are thought to be salty water flows occurring during...
- The linea semilunaris (also semilunar line or Spigelian line) is a curved tendinous intersection found on either side of the rectus abdominis muscle. ...
- This is a list of lineae on Europa. Most Europan lineae are named after characters and places in the legends of Cadmus and Europa; others are named after...
- had found conclusive evidence of hydrated brine flows on recurring slope lineae, based on spectrometer readings of the darkened areas of slopes. These observations...
- equivalents of terrestrial igneous or mud volcanoes. Recurrent slope lineae are small dark streaks on slopes that elongate in warm seasons. They may...
- This is a list of geological features on Venus. Venus is the second planet from the Sun. Venus is cl****ified as a terrestrial planet and it is sometimes...
- M.; Chojnacki. "Spectral evidence for hydrated salts in recurring slope lineae on Mars" (PDF). Nature Geoscience (8): 829–832. doi:10.1038/ngeo2546. Retrieved...
- Oblique ridges are not labeled, but visible at the center.DetailsIdentifiersLatin lineae musculares sca****e Anatomical terms of bone[edit on Wikidata]...
- Axillary lines The right side of the thorax with lines labeledDetailsIdentifiersLatin lineae axillares Anatomical terminology[edit on Wikidata]...
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