Filament

The word Filament, which is descended from Latin filum = "thread", is used in English for a variety of thread-like structures, including:

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Alessandro Cruto
... Galileo Ferraris on electric technology - as well as Thomas Edison experiments to find a good filament for incandescent lights - he discovered that a Carbon filament treated with ethylene ... Cruto's filament is produced by deposition of graphite on thin platinum filaments in the presence of gaseous hydrocarbons ... Sublimating this platinum at high temperatures leaves behind thin filaments of super-pure graphite ...
LIMA1
... ion binding • metal ion binding • actin filament binding Cellular component • stress fiber • cytoplasm • plasma membrane • focal adhesion • actin ... protein that inhibits actin filament depolymerization and cross-links filaments in bundles (Maul et al ...
Filament - Other Uses
... Fiber or yarn Filament (magazine), a female-oriented erotica magazine 2002 movie by Jinsei Tsuji Filament (band), a musical group from Japan that consists of Otomo Yoshihide and Sachiko M Filament ...
Staple (textiles) - Filament
... The opposite term is filament fibre, which is fibre that comes in continuous to near continuous lengths for use ... Silk, taken from the cocoon of a silkworm, is a filament ... Synthetic fibres can also be manufactured as filament ...
SNTG2
... NOS1 · Caveolin 3 Sarcomere/ (a, i, and h bands z and m lines) Myofilament (thin filament/actin, thick filament/myosin, elastic filament/titin, nebulin) Tropomyosin Troponin (T, C ...