periodicity

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periodicity

[‚pir·ē·ə′dis·əd·ē]
(mathematics)
The property of periodic functions.
(cell and molecular biology)
The number of base pairs in one turn of the deoxyribonucleic acid duplex.
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Cross-wavelet analysis of the time series of the submarket numbers and market numbers also showed significant periodicities at the shorter timescales as well as at 4 y, in this case (Fig.
Well-defined peaks of large amplitude, and the presence of their harmonics, represent significant periodicities.
Several additional analyses made possible by the large database explored more common periodicities, such as the month, day of the week, and hour of the day in which the tests were conducted.
The analyses of the time series from a site in southern Louisiana show periodicities at subannual, annual and interannual time scales.
Equally important, with a complete time series of mafic magmatic events, we can investigate apparent periodicities (e.
Are such periodicities flukes, pure accidents of nature?
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The gamma ray bursts seem to be associated with three periodicities that have been determined from the X-ray observations: an X-ray pulsar period of 1.
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The most recent upswing in the hunt for periodicities in the earth's history was sparked by the suggestions that mass extinctions have occurred regularly every 26 million years or so (SN: 10/1/83, p.
Users can also scan other periodicities and displays the last pattern found for each periodicity.