lumen

A cavity or space within a tube or sac.

Lumen

A hollow fibre

Lumen

The cavity or channel within a tube or tubular organ.

Lumen

[branding agency] Lumen is a Milan-based multi-disciplined creative and design consulting agency, founded by Pietro Rovatti and Drew Smith in 2003. ==History== Lumen was founded in 2003 by the Canadian-born Drew Charles Smith, a consumer branding and packaging specialist, and the Italian Pietro Rovatti, a corporate identity and branding spe...
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lumen

Latin, meaning: light, lamp, lantern / light of day / the eye / clearness / understanding.
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Lumen

(Latin) light, light of day.
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lumen

In nematodes: Triradiate canal or duct of the esophagus. In fungi: The space bounded by tissue or wall, as the central cavity of a cell.
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Lumen

Measurement of 'candle power' or light output, a unit of light falling on a surface.
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lumen

[n] - a unit of luminous flux equal to the amount of light given out through a solid angle of 1 steradian by a point source of 1 candela intensity radiating uniformly in all directions 2. [n] - a cavity or passage in a tubular organ
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Lumen

The derived SI unit of luminous flux, defined as the luminous flux emitted by a uniform point source of 1 candela [cd] emitting its luminous energy over a solid angle of 1 steradian [sr]; it thus has units of cd sr. The lumen is often abbreviated to lm. See also: Illuminance.
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lumen

Lumen (lm) is the SI derived unit of luminous flux. The lumen is the luminous flux emitted in a solid angle of one steradian by a point source having a uniform intensity of one candela (1lm =1 cd·sr).
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Lumen

A cavity in a tubular organ.
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Lumen

Lumen: A luminous term referring to the channel within a tube such as a blood vessel or to the cavity within a hollow organ such as the intestine. Lumen is a luminous term because it is Latin for light, including the light that comes through a window. When a hollow organ is cut across, you can see light through the space that has been opened. So th...
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Lumen

A measure of the amount of light available from a light source equivalent to the light emitted by one candle.
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Lumen

Lu'men noun ; plural Latin Lumina , English Lumens . [ Latin , light, an opening for light.] 1. (Photom.) (a) A unit of illumination, being the amount of illumination of a unit area of spherical surface, due to a light of unit intensity placed at the center of...
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lumen

<anatomy> The cavity or channel within a tube or tubular organ. ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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lumen

noun a cavity or passage in a tubular organ; `the lumen of the intestine`
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lumen

lm noun a unit of luminous flux equal to the amount of light given out through a solid angle of 1 steradian by a point source of 1 candela intensity radiating uniformly in all directions
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lumen

(loo´mәn) Latin word meaning light. In anatomy, it is to denote the cavity or channel within a tube or tubular organ, such as a blood vessel or the intestine. the SI unit of rate of flow of radiant energy, specifically that of visible light. adj., lu´minal., adj.
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Lumen

• (n.) A unit of light flux, being the flux through one square meter of surface the illumination of which is uniform and of unit brightness. • (n.) An opening, space, or cavity, esp. a tubular cavity; a vacuole. • (n.) A unit of illumination, being the amount of illumination of a unit area of spherical surface, due to a light of unit...
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lumen

(from the article `respiration, human`) ...and the prominence more marked in men than in women, which has given this structure the common name of Adam`s apple. Behind the shieldlike thyroid ...
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lumen

unit of luminous flux, or amount of light, defined as the amount streaming outward through one steradian (a unit of solid angle, part of the volume ... [2 related articles]
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lumen

(L. 'light') the cavity or channel within a tube or tubular organ.
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lumen

lumen (s); lumina (pl) 1. In physics, the SI unit of luminous flux, equal to the amount of light crossing a unit area at a unit distance from a light source of luminous intensity of one candela. Symbol lm. 2. In anatomy, the space inside any tubular structure in the body, e.g., an intestine, artery, or vein. 3. In botany, the cavity wi...
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Lumen

Standard unit of measure for light flux or light energy. Lamp light output is measured in Lumens.
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