• a nurse's [chauffeur's, sailor's] cap
  • ナースキャップ[運転手の帽子,水兵帽]
  • cap a bottle
  • びんにふた[せん]をする
  • the snow-[white-]capped mountains
  • 雪を頂いた山
  • win 31 caps
  • 31回選手に選ばれる
  • Addition of the 5' cap occurs co-transcriptionally and is the first step in post-transcriptional modification.
  • Wikipedia: Cell nucleus
  • Additionally, there are cystidia present on both the surface of the cap and the stem.
  • Wikipedia: Lactarius volemus
  • Although he agreed that the ice caps did indicate there was water in the atmosphere, he did not believe the caps were sufficiently large to allow the water vapor to be detected.
  • Wikipedia: History of Mars observation
  • Although previously it was thought that the polar ice caps were not contributing heavily to sea level rise (IPCC 2007), recent studies have confirmed that both Antarctica and Greenland are contributing 0.5 millimetres (0.020 in) a year each to global sea level rise.
  • Wikipedia: Retreat of glaciers since 1850
  • Around the umbo, the cap surface is smooth, but towards the cap margin, the surface is defined by fibrils running from the margin towards the umbo.
  • Wikipedia: Inocybe saliceticola
  • Attached to the cap at several points, the stipe is 3–6 centimetres (1.2–2.4 in) high and 2–3 centimetres (0.8–1.2 in) wide.
  • Wikipedia: Gyromitra esculenta
  • Bioluminescent tissue in the mature fruit body is restricted to the edge of the gills (as well as the cross-veins that connect them), the junction of the gills with the stem, and the inrolled cap edge.
  • Wikipedia: Panellus stipticus
  • Boletus russelli, found in eastern North America, has a red to reddish-brown cap and reticulate stem, but its pore surface is yellow, and the fruit body does not bruise blue.
  • Wikipedia: Boletus frostii
  • Following his death, many sources have attributed it to his being fed a meal of death caps instead of Caesar's mushrooms.
  • Wikipedia: Amanita phalloides
  • From 1979, Wark was selected to play for his country, usually as a defender, eventually winning 29 caps for Scotland and scoring seven goals.
  • Wikipedia: John Wark
  • Furthermore, its cap is evenly rounded, unlike the pleated and furrowed cap of M. rotula, and its stem is somewhat thinner (usually less than 0.3 mm) and slightly darker in color.
  • Wikipedia: Marasmius rotula
  • He gives an alarm call, opens his wings, raises his tail and bows his head to show the black cap.
  • Wikipedia: Common Tern
  • He then announced his retirement from international football, having won 123 caps and scored 51 goals for Les Bleus.
  • Wikipedia: Thierry Henry
  • However, it is thought that Triton must also have a north polar cap.
  • Wikipedia: Triton (moon)
  • In contrast, the cap surface of P. indusiatus tends to have conspicuous reticulations that remain clearly visible under the gleba.
  • Wikipedia: Phallus indusiatus