banding

A decorative, INLAID or VENEER strip, in contrasting wood or sometimes metal. Banding may be used as a border on a door panel, table top or drawer front. Straight banding is cut along the grain of the wood; cross banding is cut across the grain; feather banding or herringbone banding is formed of two narrow pieces of veneer laid at an angle to each …...

banding

Type: Term Pronunciation: ban′ding Definitions: 1. The process of differential staining of (usually) metaphase chromosomes of cells to reveal the characteristic patterns of bands that permit identification of individual chromosomes and recognition of missing segments; each of the 22 pairs of human chromosomes and the X and Y chromosomes has a...
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Banding

Distinct bands of colour in a cross-wise direction.
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Banding

(Digital cameras and photo printers) Depiction error often occurring in dark sections of an image when shooting with a high sensitivity setting. Smooth lines of brightness or colour look like bands of brightness or colour.
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banding

distinct shades seen in colours that should instead appear seamlessly gradated
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Banding

A method used by some schools for allocating pupils to teaching groups by ability.
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Banding

A visible stepping of shades in a gradient. A artifact of colour gradation in computer imaging, when graduated colours break into larger blocks of a single colour, reducing the smooth look of a proper gradation.
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banding

<dentistry> The process of cementing orthodontic bands to your teeth. ... (08 Jan 1998) ...
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banding

stripe noun an adornment consisting of a strip of a contrasting color or material
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banding

(band´ing) the act of encircling and binding with a thin strip of material. in genetics, any of several techniques of staining chromosomes so that a characteristic pattern of transverse dark and light bands becomes visible, permitting identification of individual chromosome pairs. There are four popular te...
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Banding

• (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Band
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banding

(from the article `ornithology`) ...gained through simple, direct field observation (usually aided only by binoculars), some areas of ornithology have benefited greatly from the ...
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banding

(from the article `gneiss`) Gneiss is medium- to coarse-grained and may contain abundant quartz and feldspar, which some petrographers regard as essential components. The ...
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Banding

Veneer cut into narrow strips and applied to create a decorative effect, usually found around the edges of tables and drawer fronts. Also available in a solid wood strip allowing a routed edge and creating a great illusion of a solid wood piece.
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banding

division of a picture into horizontal stripes of slightly different luminance or hue, resulting usually from differences between the video tape recorder heads
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banding

visible defect in a portion of a reproduced picture associated with a particular head
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Banding

Method of packaging printed pieces using paper, rubber, or fiberglass bands.
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banding

In UK education, the division of school pupils into broad streams by ability. Banding is used by some local authorities to ensure that comprehensive schools receive an intake of children spread right across the ability range. It is used internally by some schools as a means of avoiding groups of widely mixed ability
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Banding

Long strips of geometrically patterned inlay; ready-to-use strips that come in a wide variety of styles, designs and patterns.
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banding

A decorative inlay or veneer strip in contrasting wood or metal. Often used as a border on door panels, table tops and drawer fronts. Straight-banding is cut along the grain of the wood. Cross-banding is cut across the grain. Feather or herringbone banding if ormed from two narrow veneers laid at an angle to each other to provide a chevron effect.....
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Banding

see Pupil grouping.
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Banding

[medical] Banding is a medical procedure which uses elastic bands for constriction. Banding may be used to tie off blood vessels in order to stop bleeding, as in the treatment of bleeding esophageal varices. The band restricts blood flow to the ligated tissue, so that it eventually dies and sloughs away from the supporting tissue. This same...
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Banding

A method of placing fertilizer in a narrow strip either on the soil surface or below it, typically near the root zone of plants. Banding is typically done at or prior to planting time as a starter fertilizer for young transplants.
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Banding

An artefact of colour gradation in computer imaging. When graduated colours break into larger blocks of a single colour, the smooth look of a proper gradation is reduced.
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Banding

Putting identification bands on birds. When peregrine babies are about 20 days old, environmental scientists put numbered bands on both legs. This helps scientists track the birds and follow their progress over the years.
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