These proteins are necessary for the proper functioning of organelles called cilia that protrude from
thick depending on requirements and on how far the fibers protrude from
the part surface.
Much work remains to be done on the building--electric cables and water pipes still protrude from
ceilings waiting to be covered up, bathroom fixtures have yet to be installed, staircases await their banisters, and the elevators are not yet operational.
Several signs protrude from
the ice bearing the epitaph: "Pompano (Florida)," "Fagri (Greece), "Royal Dorado (Greece)," "Sargos (Greece)," and so on.
When built-up drips of paint protrude from
the surface of the canvas like "stalagmites," as the artist politely calls them, we know that the painterly eruption from the unconscious depths has become self-consciously comic, though not in an insidious way.
The four flipper-like fins that protrude from
the coelacanth's bony torso are the stunted beginnings of legs.
Because the STM is able to sense the electron clouds that protrude from
individual atoms, the researchers also used the instrument to image each step of the reaction.
The presence of death acts as a counterpoint to this vitalist tension, appearing in many of his "self-portraits." In the most disquieting, Selfportrait, 1985, the head is shattered, multiple eyes protrude from
a deformed skull, the gaping mouth cries out in acid pain, and the internal organs are exposed, the genitals a black scrawl.
With widths of 0.2 to 0.4 millimeter, these fossils bear ornaments like spikes and flanges that protrude from
their spherical surface.