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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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Speak Easies has found a way to take the abstract processes of photosynthesis and cellular respiration and make them more concrete by actively engaging both the students and teacher in the processes.
Here solar energy is converted into chemical energy and encapsulated in organic substances, while oxygen is released in air to be taken up again by other plants and by animals in the process of cellular respiration.
Function of mitochondrial Stat3 in cellular respiration.
It is a great distraction from studying cellular respiration (biology), and when I can finally tear myself away from the woman-on-woman, man-on-woman, woman-on-woman-on-man, and woman-alone stuff, I go looking for my lady love, my wife.
Laser energy affects many physiological processes, including cellular respiration and gene expression.
Scientists from Europe, the Americas, and Japan review recent research into such aspects as cellular respiration and de-differentiation, the role of glycolysis in cellular immortalization, and how cancer cells escape death.
Now she wants to branch out and use other arts: "I'm thinking of using dance and having my students physically act out the processes of cellular respiration.
Topics include cell biology, cellular respiration, photosynthesis, genetics, evolution, ecology, animal behavior, biochemistry, and mammalian physiology.
Closely correlated with the enhanced emissions of carbon dioxide, a phenomenon indirectly proportional is represented by the plant photosynthesis process, a natural process by which plants use the energy from sun light to produce sugar, which cellular respiration converts into ATP (adenosine triphosphate), the "fuel" used by all living things.
Cellular respiration is the foundation of any organism's energy metabolism but is one of the most difficult concepts to teach because it is an abstract topic largely unfamiliar to students, occurring at a scale that they cannot directly observe.
PM developer Barry Bochner, a bioengineer, patented a simple dye method to measure cellular respiration while a graduate student in the 1970s.
Bioanalyzers measure the consumption of metabolites and identify growth limiting nutrients in order to determine cellular respiration and control the growth of cells in culture.
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