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1 Under the conditions of uninterrupted irrigation D_2O and KCL as the tracers traced the kinesis of D_2O, positive and negative ions in the edaphic column.
2 Objective: to study the value of color kinesis echocardiography (CK) to the diagnosis of unstable angina pectoris (UAP).
3 Objective To develop a new method for measuring stroke volume and ejection fraction in the infarct and non infarct area with three dimensional color kinesis (CK) technique.
4 Results: the positive rate of gas-barium double contrast kinesis radiography with the observation through slow playback to discover nonage upper esophageal carcinoma is the highest.
5 probe into the exactitude of color kinesis in assessing the systolic velocity of cardiac muscle.
6 In order to seek the effective treatment method, alleviates patient's pain and the economical pressure, many experts have conducted the massive research to diabetes kinesis therapy.
7 Objective To evaluate the value of color kinesis low dose dobutamine stress echocardiography (CK LDDE) in detecting viable myocardium.
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10 Methods:Viable myocardium of infracted myocardium according to the changing of images of color kinesis echocardiography(CK).
11 Objective To assess the value of color kinesis low dose dobutamine stress echocardiography(CK LDDSE) in identifying viable myocardium.
12 The research results reveal that the soil moisture prominently impacts the daily variation kinesis of transpiration rate and the daily net photosynthetic rate of wheat leaves.
13 With regard to the change (kinesis) and its causes now, as he defines in his Physics and On Generation and Corruption 319b–320a, he distinguishes the coming to be from: The coming to be is a change where nothing persists of which the resultant is a property.
14 Chemically prompted kinesis (randomly directed or nondirectional) can be called chemokinesis.
15 The adjective kinetic has its roots in the Greek word κίνησις kinesis, meaning "motion".
16 Some keyboards, such as the Kinesis or TypeMatrix, retain the QWERTY layout but arrange the keys in vertical columns, to reduce unnecessary lateral finger motion.
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18 Cytokinesis (/ˌsaɪtoʊkɪˈniːsɪs/) is the part of the cell division process during which the cytoplasm of a single eukaryotic cell divides into two daughter cells.
19 During cytokinesis the spindle apparatus partitions and transports duplicated chromatids into the cytoplasm of the separating daughter cells.
20 After the completion of the telophase and cytokinesis, each daughter cell enters the interphase of the cell cycle.
21 Particular functions demand various deviations from the process of symmetrical cytokinesis;
22 it omits cytokinesis, thereby yielding multinucleate cells.
23 Plant cytokinesis differs from animal cytokinesis, partly because of the rigidity of plant cell walls.
24 Cytokinesis largely resembles the prokaryotic process of binary fission, but because of differences between prokaryotic and eukaryotic cell structures and functions, the mechanisms differ.
25 The word "cytokinesis" (/ˌsaɪtoʊkaɪˈniːsɪs, -tə-, -kə-/) uses combining forms of cyto- + kine- + -sis, New Latin from Classical Latin and Ancient Greek, reflecting "cell" and kinesis ("motion, movement").
26 Origin of this term is from Greek κύτος (kytos, a hollow), Latin derivative cyto (cellular), Greek κίνησις (kínesis, movement).
27 Animal cell cytokinesis begins shortly after the onset of sister chromatid separation in the anaphase of mitosis.
28 Animal cell cytokinesis starts with the stabilization of microtubules and reorganization of the mitotic spindle to form the central spindle.
29 A number of different species including H. sapiens, D. melanogaster and C. elegans require the central spindle in order to efficiently undergo cytokinesis, although the specific phenotype associated with its absence varies from one species to the next (for example, certain Drosophila cell types are incapable of forming a cleavage furrow without the central spindle, whereas in both C. elegans embryos and human tissue culture cells a cleavage furrow is observed to form and ingress, but then regress before cytokinesis is complete).
30 Besides being a structural component of the central spindle itself, CPC also plays a role in the phosphoregulation of other central spindle components, including PRC1 (microtubule-bundling protein required for cytokinesis 1) and MKLP1 (a kinesin motor protein).