- n. Plural form of sinusoid.
“This network invades the vitelline and umbilical veins, and breaks up these vessels into a series of capillary-like vessels termed sinusoids (Minot), which ramify in the meshes of the cellular network and ultimately form the venous capillaries of the liver.”
“These vessels have been called sinusoids by Minot.”
“The portions of the veins above the upper ring become interrupted by the developing liver and broken up by it into a plexus of small capillary-like vessels termed sinusoids (Minot).”
“In the liver this vein ramifies like an artery and ends in capillary-like vessels termed sinusoids, from which the blood is conveyed to the inferior vena cava by the hepatic veins.”
“There are also wide thin-walled blood vessels called sinusoids mixed in with the cords of liver cells.”
“By randomizing the directions of the summed sinusoids as well as their frequencies, I generated walls with gently undulating, bumpy surfaces.”
“I used a combination of horizontal and vertical sinusoids to govern the displacements, and modified my previous code to make this Manipulate, with which I could experiment with the sinusoid frequencies.”
“To create the randomized sinusoid, I took the sum of sinusoids of random frequencies.”
“In physics we establish analogies between pendulums, simple harmonic motion, sinusoids, etc..”
“My dad used sinusoids, polynomials, and the Riemann zeta function to generate his color patterns.”
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