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Includes over 50 entries on all at the moment cloned and characterised cellphone adhesion molecules, together with the households of: integrins, cadherins, selectins, individuals of the immunoglobulin superfamily and different proper receptors.Provides details on: substitute nomenclature, tissue distribution and legislation of expression, ligands, gene business enterprise and chromosomal position, protein constitution and molecular weights, amino acid series of the main often studied organisms, Pir, Swissprot and Embl/GenBank accession numbers, organic functionality, key references.

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Both higher and lower ratios lead to less violent explosions. Shallow-water explosive eruptions (depth usually < 100 m) are akin to subaerial phreatomagmatic ones, but the ejection of pyroclasts through a layer of water adds many unique features to the eruptive and depositional processes. Shallow-water (especially sublacustrine) eruptions have been only poorly studied because of the rarity of direct observations. Most published observations of shallow-water explosions were made by Thorarinsson (1964) during the eruption of Surtsey (Iceland) in 1963.

The lava has a thin (2–4 m) basal colonnade overlain by much thicker entablature. The basal surface is inacces- ; VSIC01 9/12/08 2:07 PM Page 31 Volcanoes erupted in englacial lakes 31 Stage III Meltwater overflow (minor) Fig. 16. Schematic illustration of the final phase of development of the volcanic centre at Icefall Nunatak (stage III). The lava shows evidence for substantial water cooling and was probably extruded into a superficial layer of snow and firn, thus resembling some subglacial eruptions of sheet-flow type.

The sharp basal lava contact, lacking any intervening sediments, and compositional similarities between stages II and III suggest that the gap in time between the two stages may have been small. ) probably re-formed over most or all of the subaerially exposed parts of the stage II volcano. , 1993a; Fig. 5a). The presence of a massive lava sheet rather than pahoehoe (or pillowed) lava is suggestive of relatively high rates of magma supply. g. , 1993a). Unit IIIb is a cinder cone remnant. Absence of evidence for chilling and fracturing of pyroclasts by external water, the generally high vesicularity, abundance of tachylite, paucity of fines and bedding characteristics indicate relatively low-energy subaerial eruptions mainly of Strombolian type.

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