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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5); most individuals deposited striae with a periodicity below that of a daily periodicity.
First, we estimate almost periodicity regulator of S.
Patel reminds a reader that musical meter involves temporal periodicity, and poetic meter is based upon configurational periodicity.
2] values were significant (Table 3), indicating a diel periodicity for the behaviors analyzed in both males and females.
No predictable pattern of pandemic periodicity exists.
Peaks B and D represent a fundamental 24 h periodicity in groundwater level fluctuations and its harmonic (12 h).
To determine the periodicity across the 64 lines in a coupon, an optimization program was used.
This periodicity causes a narrow spectral bandwidth of the light traveling in the fiber to be selectively reflected from the FBG.
Ataxic or Biot's breathing, characterized by irregular respiratory pauses and gasping without periodicity, was present during non-REM sleep.
Radio flares occur in the system every 50 to 60 days, but the strongest periodicity is reported to be 121[+ or -]3 days.
The administrator can generally define the periodicity with which an enclosure is to be polled, and the storage enclosure processor (SEP) makes suitable notifications.
Surprisingly little is known about feeding periodicity in sharks.