Definition of Major lobe
1. Noun. The maximum lobe in the radiation pattern which is intended to be along the forward axis and which gives the effect of a beam.
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Literary usage of Major lobe
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1. The Ritual of Eldad Ha-Dani: Reconstructed and Ed. from Manuscripts and a by Eldad (1908)
"Union of a minor lobe with a major lobe. g. Union of a minor lobe with the trachea or oesophagus, h. Union of a lobe of the lung with the heart. § 10. ..."
2. Design in Nature: Illustrated by Spiral and Other Arrangements in the by James Bell Pettigrew (1908)
"... cleavage in caudal fin and transverse cleavage in terminal portion of vertebral column ; this occupying the superior or major lobe. ..."
3. Flora australiensis: a description of the plants of the Australian territory. by George Bentham, Ferdinand von Mueller (1878)
"If, major. lobe '1. X. tenuifolia. produced on each side into a broadly lanceolate stipular dered by broad triangular acute very prominent teeth so as to be ..."
4. Bulletin de la Société vaudoise des sciences naturelles (1880)
"Tête plus échancrée derrière et plus grande rf lativement au thorax , chez les $ major. Lobe du chaperon ..."
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