multicycle


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multicycle

[′məl·tə‚sī·kəl]
(geology)
Pertaining to a landscape or landform produced by more than one cycle of erosion.
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The different reflectance peaks for multicycle films have changed positions.
These results strongly suggest that the expression of MSPL, but not furin, potentiates multicycles of HPAI virus with [K.
9) Multidrug, multicycle, dose-intensive chemotherapy combined with radiotherapy and wide surgical resection when feasible improves survival rates in children (10).
At the same time, multicycle ECAE at higher temperatures provides higher value of accumulated strain but the process is ineffective due to stress relaxation in the course of cooling and succeeding heating of the deformed polymer.
For each larva, the fraction of nuclei in the G0/G1, S, and G2/M phases was calculated with MultiCycle AV software, vers.
The "Versa-Terry System" is new technology exclusively for terry weaving, as ZAX9100-Terry can weave different designs of towels, such as multi-height and multicycle (3 to 7 picks) pile towels.
A multiyear, multicycle campaign like this may be education advocates' only real chance at making dramatic changes.
As a result the casings brake quite often because of limited ability to withstand multicycle loads thus causing various problems related to stability of production process, productivity, etc.
some studies were performed on samples that were tested in a zone of low-cycle fatigue, while the metal cranes working in the area of multicycle fatigue ([TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] 2010).
That's kind of one-dimensional, as opposed to the way it really should be, which is a multitouch, multimedia, multicycle process.
Multicycle replication curves were generated by injecting MDCK cells at a multiplicity of infection of 0.
As a result of these special features, the thermal processing of molybdenum pipes is a difficult and energy-consuming multicycle process requiring the development of special conditions of deformation, application of heat-resisting tools, complicated chemical treatment, long-term vacuum heat treatment, application of expensive lubricants and coatings, constant scientific justification of the technology with sampling and investigation of the specimen throughout the entire technological change.