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Subconfluent vs. Confluent

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Subconfluentadjective

(biology) Describing a tissue culture in which the spatial relationships of the cells are intermediate between sparse and confluent

Confluentadjective

(of two or more objects or shapes) Converging, merging or flowing together into one.

Confluentadjective

Converging, especially as viewed on a weather chart.

Confluentadjective

(biology) Describing cells in a culture that merge to form a mass.

Confluentadjective

Exactly the same size as another triangle.

Confluentadjective

(maths) en (See Mathworld)

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Confluentnoun

A stream uniting and flowing with another; a confluent stream.

Confluentadjective

Flowing together; meeting in their course; running one into another; flowing together to form a single stream.

β€˜These confluent steams make some great river's head.’;

Confluentadjective

Blended into one; growing together, so as to obliterate all distinction.

Confluentadjective

Running together or uniting, as pimples or pustules.

Confluentnoun

A small steam which flows into a large one.

Confluentnoun

The place of meeting of steams, currents, etc.

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Confluentadjective

flowing together

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