interference phenomenon

interference phenomenon

[‚in·tər′fir·əns fə′näm·ə‚nən]
(virology)
Inhibition by a virus of the simultaneous infection of host cells by some other virus.
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Based on the light interference phenomenon [1][2] it is widely used in the field of ophthalmology as a diagnostic tool by allowing cross-sectional real-time imaging of ocular structures such as the retina [2][3].
The findings do not support the existence of a training interference phenomenon with respect to strength gains.
Docherty and Sporer (2000) and others have characterized these impairments in training adaptations and performance as the interference phenomenon (Docherty and Sporer, 2000; Kraemer et al.
One hypothesis to explain the interference phenomenon is the residual fatigue produced by the exercise mode performed first in the training session (Leveritt et al.
In summary, the results of our present and past research do not appear to provide empirical support for the hypothesis that the acute interference phenomenon would occur when both exercise bouts (i.
However, the sequence of training modalities (aerobic or strength) within a training session may produce the interference phenomenon.
It therefore is extremely unlikely that the reported results are a HAMA interference phenomenon.
Using smaller pixels is not practical, as it requires sharper focusing of the light to overcome the interference phenomenon and therefore necessitates much higher quality lenses.

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