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inducer

[in′dü·sər]
(embryology)
The cell group that functions as the acting system in embryonic induction by controlling the mode of development of the reacting system. Also known as inductor.

inducer

inducer
Rotating inlet guide vanes installed on the center of a centrifugal compressor to pick up the inlet air and direct it at the correct angle into the impeller blades.
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This is the first case report that describes the physical abuse by the inducer of the shared delusion of the recipient until he succumbed to similar delusions.
Moreover, correlations among carrier materials, inducers, DS and agroeconomic traits were also determined by calculating homoscedasticity.
Present research emphasized (i) evaluation of four different inducer lines for in-vivo maternal haploid induction and (ii) effectiveness of chromosome doubling with colchicine and pendimethalin herbicide treatments.
Moreover, PGP is inducible, and there is substantial overlap between medications that are substrates for--or inducers of--PGP and CYP 3A4 activity.
Induction of xylanase was a complex phenomenon as the inducers behaved differently on different agroresidues.
Gall and gall inducers in plants from the Pe-de-Gigate Cerrado Reserve, Santa Rita do Passa Quatro SP, Brazil.
The aim of this paper is to study the structure of the flow given by the use of a straight hydrofoil cascade for the manufacturing of the inducer blades.
Expression of proapoptotic protein Bax was found to increase in the cells exposed to hyperoxia or other stress inducers as compared to the control cells.
On day 11 posthatch, low percent metamorphosis (range of means: 16% to 38%) was seen in response to both inducers with no significant difference in metamorphosis between inducers (Fig.
MX2167 is a fast, broad-acting inducer of apoptosis that has demonstrated potency in preclinical testing in prostate cancer, breast cancer, colorectal cancer, non-small cell lung cancer, small cell lung cancer and leukemia.
This request for applications (RFA) solicits proposals on the susceptibility of sensitive populations to the acute effects of methemoglobin formation from contaminants in drinking water, as well as research on the dose--response characteristics of subpopulations susceptible to methemoglobin formation as compared to the normal population, and on whether the response to mixtures of exogenous methemoglobin inducers is additive or synergistic.
A series of studies at Johns Hopkins University demonstrate that Brassica vegetables are rich sources of phase 2 inducers and identify isothiocyanate sulforaphane as the principal phase 2 inducer in broccoli extracts.