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cell breathing

The dynamic expansion and contraction of the footprint of a CDMA cell, which is based on the number of users connected at any given moment. Cell breathing is used to balance the load between neighboring cells. See CDMA.
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e all the three parts of the DOM-DO vis-a-vis consumption of oxygen due to cellular respiration tend to zero, and the solution is stable with respect to the initial data.
At first, I was fortunate enough to meet Warburg's coworkers and started to discover the theory of cellular respiration and mitochondrial activity, something totally new to me.
This conversation led to a collaboration that developed this laboratory exercise demonstrating cellular respiration.
Their initial screen of almost 3,700 compounds, including nearly half of all FDA-approved drugs, found several drugs known to inhibit cellular respiration on one end of the scale and several anti-cancer drugs that halt the growth of rapidly proliferating cells at the other, which verified the approach.
The ability of Xcytrin to inhibit cellular respiration results in the generation of reactive oxygen species (ROS), which can selectively destroy cancer cells via the induction of programmed cell death (apoptosis).
The third and fourth lessons in the kit, Electron Transport Chains in Cellular Respiration and Photosynthesis, are superb examples of effective instructional tools to help the teacher model and explain such concepts.
Cellular respiration and metabolism are topics that are reportedly poorly understood by students and judged to be difficult by many teachers (Songer & Mintzes, 1994).
Scientific evidence shows that the Glycoproteins that have been added provide oxygen into the skin and promote healthy cellular respiration allowing for new skin turnover.
Last year, Aziz and his Harvard colleagues demonstrated a flow battery that replaced metals with organic (carbon-based) molecules called quinones, which are abundant, naturally occurring chemicals that are integral to biological processes like photosynthesis and cellular respiration.
Objective: Cellular respiration provides energy to power essential processes of life.
pinpoints a critical differentiator that separates the effects of bactericidal and bacteriostatic antibiotics: cellular respiration.
My idea was to use some of the regenerative products that I've used for the past 20 years, even some during the past 40 years, especially for regenerating the whole body, to improve the brain function while activating cellular respiration.
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