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 Übersetzung für 'skin layer' von Englisch nach Deutsch
NOUN   a skin layer | skin layers
anat.
skin layer
Hautschicht {f}
3 Wörter
anat.
layer of skin
Hautschicht {f}
Teiltreffer
three-layer {adj} <3-layer> [attr.]dreilagig <3-lagig>
MedTech.
thin-layer computed tomography <thin-layer CT>
Dünnschicht-Computertomografie {f} <Dünnschicht-CT>
MedTech.
thin-layer computed tomography <thin-layer CT>
Dünnschicht-Computertomographie {f} <Dünnschicht-CT>
geol.
layer
Bank {f}
12
hort.
layer
Ableger {m} [Absenker]
37
agr.
layer
Leger {m}
5
to layerüberlagern
109
layerLage {f} [Schicht]
166
hort.
layer
Absenker {m}
7
to layerschichten
609
hort.
layer
Abriss {m}
6
layerSchicht {f}
2702
tech.
layer
Auflage {f} [Lage, Schicht]
155
hort.
to layer
absenken
30
hort.
to layer
Absenker machen
hort.
layer
Kindel {n} [Absenker]
5
to skinhäuten
154
gastr.
to skin
schälen [Tomaten, Mandeln]
447
comp.
skin
Skin {n}
52
to skinenthäuten
27
22 Übersetzungen
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Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
  • A sandwich panel is any structure made of three layers: a low-density core (PIR, mineral wool, XPS), and a thin skin-layer bonded to each side.
  • This mucousy skin layer is what is known to cause intestinal issues, as is the case with several other "Suillus" such as Slippery Jack ("S. ...
  • Suede is made from the underside of the animal skin, which is softer and more pliable than the outer skin layer, though not as durable.
  • The skin layer covering the cap is sticky and can be peeled off.
  • A plant cuticle is a protecting film covering the outermost skin layer (epidermis) of leaves, young shoots and other aerial plant organs (aerial here meaning all plant parts not embedded in soil or other substrate) that have no "periderm".

  • Narrowband UVB 311 nanometer is blocked by the topmost skin layer, and UVA 365 nanometer reaches the melanocytes that are in the bottom skin layer.
  • The spine is covered with the epidermal skin layer.
  • Hydrophobic drugs have a very difficult time penetrating the skin layer, as they partition heavily into skin oils.
  • Skin signs and symptoms in Noonan syndrome include lymphedema (lymph swelling of the extremities), keloid formation, excessive scar formation, hyperkeratosis (overdevelopment of outer skin layer), pigmented nevi (darkly pigmented skin spots), and connective tissue disease.
  • This is conferred by the presence of beta-keratin, which provides a much more rigid skin layer.

  • It helps the gel to enter deeply down the skin layer to strengthen delivery of diclofenac to the point of pain so as to achieve better therapeutic effects by modifying the above properties.
  • This results in the region exposed to the air being more concentrated and forming a skin layer.
  • A key feature of wound healing is stepwise repair of lost extracellular matrix (ECM) that forms the largest component of the dermal skin layer.
  • This gene is important in the regulation of protein synthesis for the development of the skin layer.
  • The artists based the jacket on a biodegradable polymer, coated it with 3T3 mouse cells to form connective tissue and topped it up with human bone cells in order to create a stronger skin layer.

  • Catharina Serafin, was a Prussian lady who had an enchondroma removed from her cardiac region, leaving the chest wall open except from a thin skin layer.
  • Cold air is constantly pumped between the armor and the outer non-metallic skin layer to reduce infrared signature.
  • Both mehndi (henna) and jagua tattoos stain the top skin layer.
  • The red-purple color of the lesions is due to the inflammation in the blood vessels causing red blood cells to escape into the dermis skin layer.
  • Young feed all at once for some seven minutes; then they all rest for three days as the female grows a new outer skin layer.

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