biphasic


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biphasic

[bī′fāz·ik]
(botany)
Possessing both a sporophyte and a gametophyte generation in the life cycle.
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Figures 1 illustrates the results of the stress-relaxation tests in confined compression to determine biphasic properties.
One week later the patient presented to our emergency department with worsening biphasic stridor.
Biphasic, triphasic and multiphasic calcium orthophosphates.
Results: Subjects with neuropathic ulcers receiving biphasic current had significantly higher healing rate (70.
A precontrast scan and then a biphasic contrast injection followed by a single scan of the thorax was therefore considered and implemented to test the reliability and quality of this technique.
The change in growth rate between the two stages can be either gradual or steep; the latter gives a biphasic VBGF.
Cardiac synovial sarcomas have the same morphologic spectrum as their soft tissue counterparts and therefore may be biphasic or monophasic.
For large areas of dermatoses, a biphasic cream may be particularly effective, according to Dr.
Biphasic calcium phosphate ceramic comprising two phases of hydroxyapatite and Beta-tricalcium phosphate is a good choice for bone damages replacement.
A decade after its scientific coming out in 1996, chemists and chemical engineers from Europe and the US discuss fundamentals and synthetic applications of biocatalysis in neat organic solvents, and biocatalysis in biphasic and new reaction media as they are practiced in laboratories today.