omega-3

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n omega-3 a polyunsaturated fatty acid whose carbon chain has its first double valence bond three carbons from the beginning
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Usage


In news:

Other Sources of omega-3 Oils.
At their gathering, they also talk about the health benefits of sardines and other foods that are high in Omega 3 fatty acids.
But let's be honest—you'll find yourself making this dish again and again just for the succulent omega-3-rich scallops.
Nordic Naturals has introduced Daily Omega, designed to provide an easy solution for consumers concerned about which type of product to take regularly to address their need for omega-3 essential fatty acids.
Omega-3 are good for the.
Omega-3 Supplements May Slow A Biological Effect of Aging.
Questioning the Superpowers of Omega-3 in Diets.
Omega-3 Supplements May Actually Affect Aging.
Omega-3 Supplements May Slow A Biological Effect of Aging.
Omega 3 supplements are big business in the US and around the world.
The Benefits of Omega 3 Oils.
I've heard that omega-3 fats are good for me.
Here's a refresher on why omega-3 s do the body good.
But it is a surprise that most people are still not supplementing their diet with omega-3 .
Vitamin D and omega-3 fatty acids are now in the spotlight for their potential ability to prevent disease.
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In science:

Definition 3 An omega graph X is n-skeletal if every cel l of dimension > n is an identity cel l.
Weak Omega Categories I
In Sections 3,4 and 5 we shall explain how various types of higher dimensional categories that have appeared in the literature are all instances of the kind of weak omega category defined here.
Weak Omega Categories I
Define the strict omega category X (a, b)3 to have as its j -cells al l of the (j + i)-cells of X3 .
Weak Omega Categories I
The composite G3 ◦ F3 is a morphism of omega graphs so it remains only to verify condition 3 of the definition.
Weak Omega Categories I
We note that since X3 is a strict omega category the morphism of globular sets Θ(h)3 is in fact a strict functor between strict omega categories because the interchange law and identity laws hold as equations in X3 .
Weak Omega Categories I
Since Θ(h)3 is a morphism of strict omega categories it is a fortiori a morphism of omega graphs.
Weak Omega Categories I
It thus only remains to check condition 3 in the definition of omega pseudo-functor.
Weak Omega Categories I
For example if X is a 1-skeletal weak omega category then ΠX is the set of isomorphism components of X1 (which was shown to be an ordinary category in Section 3).
Weak Omega Categories I
In Section 3, we give the definitions of limit set (omega-limit set and alpha-limit set), attractor and repeller for RDS.
Attractor-repeller pair, Morse decomposition and Lyapunov function for random dynamical systems
In Section 3, we give the definitions of random isolating neighborhood and random isolated invariant set and compare the random isolated invariant set and random omega-limit set.
Conley index for random dynamical systems
Our new high spatial resolution observations in Abell 262 were carried out using the OMEGA-CASS camera mounted to the laser guide star adaptive optics system ALFA at the Calar Alto 3.5 m telescope.
Near-infrared adaptive optics observations of galaxy clusters: Abell 262 at z=0.0157, J1836.3CR at z=0.414, and PKS 0743-006 at z=0.994
OMEGA-CASS is a near-infrared camera for the Cassegrain focus of the 3.5 m telescope at Calar Alto, which is specialized for use at high spatial resolution and has been developed at the MPIA, Heidelberg.
Near-infrared adaptive optics observations of galaxy clusters: Abell 262 at z=0.0157, J1836.3CR at z=0.414, and PKS 0743-006 at z=0.994
Vauclair reported on cosmological constraints from the XMM Omega pro ject which appeared to confirm a L ∝ T 3 relation, however with a possible break in the LT slope at low redshifts.
Summary of the XXXIX Rencontres de Moriond
The Omega Photon Collaboration compared γ p → (π+π−π+π− )p with e+ e− → π+π−π+π− over same energy and 4-pion mass ranges as their ωπ data, giving σTot V p→V p = 16.7 ± 3.4 mb.
Quark Spin-flip in Pomeron Exchange
Figure 4.3: Parametrization-Invariant (PN) Omega versus Velocity.
Topics in Inflationary Cosmology and Astrophysics
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