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- n. responsiveness to stimulation
- n. relative susceptibility to chemical reaction
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The state of being reactive: the process or course of reaction, as from a diseased condition.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. responsive to stimulation
- n. ready susceptibility to chemical change
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Allergic skin reactivity and chemical properties of allergens in two grades of lactose.
Taoism especially cautions against short-term reactivity that makes you feel like you are "doing something."
This high reactivity is of direct importance for the catalytic activity of the enzyme, but Moore and Stein also found it possible to utilize it to label two amino acids in the active site by chemical modification.
It highlights the important distinction between 'reactivity' - machine to human, and
For Covey, the solution to reactivity is to subordinate impulse, moods, and feelings to chosen ideals.
The reactivity, which is essential for the production of water fast shades, is destroyed when moisture is present.
Based on their pattern of IgE cross-reactivity, which is reflected by their distribution in the plant kingdom, we propose a novel classification of panallergens into ubiquitously spread "real panallergens" (e.g. profilins) and widespread "eurallergens"
'reactivity' - machine to human, and 'interactivity' - a level of exchange attainable only through human to human interaction.
Basically, I am in "reactivity" mode when I open up my browser, and I like it not.
The key feature that's jumped out at me is a classification system based on "reactivity" and "scale".
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