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parasitic

[¦par·ə¦sid·ik]
(electronics)
An undesired and energy-wasting signal current, capacitance, or other parameter of an electronic circuit.
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The radiated electromagnetic noise propagation path from the component to the parasitic capacitance between the automobile body and the earth, which is not discussed in Reference [5], was investigated.
Yet despite this, many owners also feed raw meat or raw offal to their dogs, which increases the risk of parasitic infections, especially if owners do not deworm their dogs frequently enough to ensure they are adequately protected.
The prevalence of enteric parasitic infections among the school children of the 15 schools is given in Table 1.
Research supporting the fascinating interaction between toxic burden and parasitic illness has been presented at several of Dr.
The Parasitic Partnering 2010-2015 provides understanding and access to the parasitic partnering deals and agreements entered into by the worlds leading healthcare companies.
The reason I bring it to attention is that the more we move towards a symbiotic relationship with the earth and move away from parasitic, the better we will be.
This data driven report contains over 40 links to online copies of actual parasitic deals and contract documents as submitted to the Securities Exchange Commission by companies and their partners, where available.
3) In fact, parasitic infestation should not be high in Oman.
The Tsimane are continually exposed to soil-dwelling parasitic worms called helminths, such as hookworm and roundworm.
Various medical tests including X-Rays and MRI scans showed that Feng's parasitic twin was growing inside his stomach.
As shown in Figure 1(a), the proposed antenna is mainly composed of two individual radiators, the main radiator and the parasitic radiator.