homodynamic


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homodynamic

[‚hä·mə‚dī′näm·ik]
(invertebrate zoology)
Developing through continuous successive generations without a diapause; applied to insects.
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We have found that plasma sE-selectin levels were higher in nonsurvivors and in those with homodynamic dysfunction.
The pathogenesis of these lesions is poorly understood, with homodynamic and hormonal factors suggested.
During ovulation, distinct homodynamic and structural changes occur in the ovary.
3a) means relative reactivity of three homodynamic parameters, then the three terms of Eq.
If aging/senescence is technically defined as a progressive failure of genes to maintain and repair, which leads to a reduced capacity of biological systems to function in a homodynamic fashion, how does nutrition enter into the equation?