from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Of or relating to phase
- adj. Describing the discontinuous activity of excitable cells or tissues
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Pertaining to or of the nature of a phase.
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And then we have an additional fracture system that is scheduled for launch next year in the hip line, and we have another iteration of the Optecure, what we call phasic version of our DBM bone paste in Biologics business unit, as well as a bone marrow aspirate concentrate system, which should launch in the second half of next year.
Effect of temperature on phasic development of spring wheat in northern conditions.
Furthermore, beak size an assumed specific feature is clearly phasic depending on the vegetation which is associated with variations in Galapagos climate.
Aspartame is a ELF electromagnetic wave sensitizer, and induces phasic brain and peripheral nerve entrainment to fire neurons to external pulsed magnetic field effects.
So…It seems to me you need a multi-phasic approach, involving body, mind, and emotions.
In addition to the serious medical risks posed by inter phasic parasites, there are also potentially disastrous technological consequences to a shipboard infestation.
An ultra-high-frequency interphasic pulse from a positronic generator will shift the organisms into a state of phasic dispersal, removing them far enough from the normal phasic state of matter to no longer pose a threat to humanoids or starship operations.
Since life is a phasic process, the sense of fulfillment was not always there.
He next took up muscular afferents, in particular the muscle spindles and their motor control; passing over to the spinal cord, he studied the projection of these affarents and separated tonic and phasic motoneurons, established algebraical summation of excitation and inhibition upon these cells, finally also making use of the intracellular approach for the investigation of these and several other problems of motor control.
The responsive peculiarities of epidermis, epithelium, and gland; the response of the digestive organ, with its phasic alterations; and the excitatory electrical discharge of an anisotropic plate, are the same in the plant as in the animal.
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