Fibril

A linear pattern in the H-ALPHA CHROMOSPHERE of the sun, as seen through an H-alpha filter, occurring near strong SUNSPOTS and PLAGE or in FILAMENT channels.

fibril

[n] - a very slender natural or synthetic fiber
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Fibril

Fibril: The diminutive of fiber. A small fiber, a fine thread.
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Fibril

Fi'bril noun [ French fibrille , dim. of fibre , Latin fibra .] A small fiber; the branch of a fiber; a very slender thread; a fibrilla. Cheyne.
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fibril

The diminuitive of fibre. A small fibre, a fine thread. ... (12 Dec 1998) ...
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fibril

filament noun a very slender natural or synthetic fiber
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fibril

(fi´bril) a minute filament, such as a component of a fiber. adj., fi´brillar, fi´brillary, adj. . collagen fibrils delicate fibrils of collagen in connective tissue, composed of molecules of tropocollagen in linear array. In Type I collagen, the most common type, the tropocollage...
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Fibril

• (n.) A small fiber; the branch of a fiber; a very slender thread; a fibrilla.
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fibril

fibril 1. A very slender natural or synthetic fiber. 2. A small fiber or a fine thread. 3. A very small filamentous structure, often the component of a cell or a fiber.
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fibril

Type: Term Pronunciation: fī′bril Definitions: 1. A minute fiber or component of a fiber. Synonyms: fibrilla
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fibril

A fine dark line seen in H-alpha light in the low chromosphere of the Sun. Fibrils form whirls near strong sunspots and plages or in filament channels. They connect spots and plages of opposite polarities, running along magnetic field lines, and surround large, mature spots in a radial pattern. Indi...
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fibril

diminutive of Latin fibra = a fibre.
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