homeostatic

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • adj homeostatic related to or characterized by homeostasis
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Usage

In literature:

Absence of gravity may have far-reaching consequences in the homeostatic aspects of cell physiology.
"Significant Achievements in Space Bioscience 1958-1964" by National Aeronautics and Space Administration
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In news:

Homeostatic mechanisms by alternative forms of tRNA synthetases p401.
Homeostatic mechanisms by alternative forms of tRNA synthetases.
Homeostatic mechanisms by alternative forms of tRNA synthetases.
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In science:

In particular, REM (Rapid Eye Movements) sleep may be important not only to the developing of the infants brain, but also to the homeostatic regulation of quantum distributions in each phase of life.
Quantum randomness can be controlled by free will -a consequence of the before-before experiment
This weakening restores the brain for the next period of learning: “Sleep is the price we have to pay for plasticity, and its goal is the homeostatic regulation of the total synaptic weight impinging on neurons” .
Quantum randomness can be controlled by free will -a consequence of the before-before experiment
The triphasic decay can be attributed to the homeostatic liver regeneration.
Analysis of Hepatitis C Viral Dynamics Using Latin Hypercube Sampling
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