sphero-, spher-, -sphere-
(Greek: ball, round, around; globe, global; body of globular form; by extension, circular zone, circular area)
Spherulites are important structural units that fix the scale at which there is coordination in local orientation and cooperative plasticity during deformation.
The stratosphere has no clouds and consists of gradual temperature increases.2. In former use, it referred to all of the atmosphere above the troposphere.
3. A very high or the highest level or position.
4. The nearly uniform cold ocean water masses in high latitudes and near-bottom waters of middle and low latitudes; ocean water below the thermocline.
It has no clouds and is marked by gradual increases in temperature.2. A descriptive term for very high or the highest level or position of something, or the greatest amount: "The excessively cold weather this spring probably will cause a decrease in agricultural products and so result in stratospheric food prices."
3. Referring to extremely high or the highest point or degree on a ranked scale: "Because of the increase in oil prices, gas prices have shot up stratospherically this week."
Beginning with the moon, up to the limits of the universe, everything is made of ether.
2. In ecology, a collective term for all of those aspects of the physical environment that have been created or altered by humans.
2. The region of the earth's crust occupied by the tectonic plates.
A tellurion is a model that shows how day and night and the seasons result from the earth's orbit and its tilted axis in relation to the sun.
Ingestion rapidly causes malaise, dizziness, and tingling around the mouth, which may be followed by ataxia, convulsions, respiratory paralysis, and death.2. A potent neurotoxin found in the liver, skin, and ovaries of the puffer fish, and in the California newt.
3. A powerful nerve poison found in the eggs of the California newt and in certain puffer fish in Japan.
In concentrated form, it is more toxic than cyanide.
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In the area above the mesosphere, the temperature increases with altitude up to about 200 km, and above that it varies widely depending on the degree of solar activity with temperatures as high as 2000 degrees C are said to be possible.
Most clouds and weather systems occur in the troposphere.