dynamic instability


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dynamic instability

[dī¦nam·ik ‚in·stə′bil·əd·ē]
(fluid mechanics)
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Curcumin, as an antioxidant, also interacts with microtubules and suppresses microtubule dynamic instability (Banerjee et al.
Fictitious inertia values were added on the tip region of the two wings to facilitate the dynamic instability and to overcome the effects of the boundary conditions at the root section of the wing models (the root section was assumed to be clamped for the wings).
Both in vitro and in vivo, individual MTs are dynamic; that is, they undergo alternating periods of polymerization and depolymerization from their ends, a process known as dynamic instability.
Thus a satiating functional response (g[prime] [less than] 0) is necessary for population dynamic instability.
Higher parameter values give rise to the possibility of dynamic instability.
Part I consists of Chapters 2-7 and covers a wide range of methodological issues that include: equilibrium, disequilibrium, and economic theory; dynamic instability and economic models; structural instability and economic change; uncertainty, predictability, and flexibility; rationality and expectations; and probabilistic causality and economic analysis.

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