Definitions for "Interstitial"
Ad that appears between two content pages; also known as transition ad, intermercial ad, splash page and Flash page (Source: IAB)
An interstitial is a Web advertisement that appears in a separate browser window, other than the target Web page.
An ad that opens in a separate browser window while waiting for a web page to load.
Of or pertaining to interstices; intermediate; within the tissues; as, interstitial cavities or spaces in the tissues of animals or plants.
Located within the "spaces" in tissue; typically between major structures.
lying between body structures or in the interspaces of tissues
An atom that occupies an intermediate position between the lattice points.
an atom that occupies a place outside the normal lattice position
This is a hole in the lattice which is not occupied in the ideal structure, an example being the octahedral holes in the fluorite structure.
adj. L. " ; located inbetween, e.g., cells of Leydig.
Cells: The cells between the seminiferous tubules of the testicles that produce the male hormone testosterone. Also called Leydig cells.
Almost synonymous to intercellular
Any part of a chromosome between the ends (telomeres). See 'deletion'.
Growth all-over in an organ, no localized meristems, as in some fruits.
Keywords:  mini, segment, length, information
Mini information segment, usually :30 or :60 in length.
CONDENSATION Condensation which occurs within the thickness of a material rather than on its surface.
Keywords:  structures
Between structures or within them.