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Overlapping in Biological Definition

Alcohol

... rather to Western alchemists and authors confusing the two words ALKHL and ALGhWL , which have indeed been transliterated in many different and overlapping ways. Physical and chemical properties The hydroxyl group generally makes the alcohol molecule polar . Those groups can form hydrogen ...

Biomechanics

... Unlike cardiac muscle, skeletal muscle can develop a sustained condition known as tetany through high frequency stimulation, resulting in overlapping twitches and a phenomenon known as wave summation. At a sufficiently high frequency, tetany occurs, and the contracticle force appears constant ...

Edward's syndrome

... physical abnormalities such as low birth weight ; a small, abnormally shaped head; small jaw; small mouth; low-set ears; and clenched fists with overlapping fingers. Those with Edward's syndrome also have heart defects , and other organ malformations such that most systems of the body are affected. ...

Gel electrophoresis

... the components from the original mixture as one or more distinct bands, one band per component. Incomplete separation of the components can lead to overlapping bands, or to indistinguishable smears representing multiple unresolved components. Bands in different lanes that end up at the same "height" ...

Gel electrophoresis

... the components from the original mixture as one or more distinct bands, one band per component. Incomplete separation of the components can lead to overlapping bands, or to indistinguishable smears representing multiple unresolved components. Bands in different lanes that end up at the same "height" ...

Neuroscience

... This field, directly aligned with medical research, is interested in curing any diseases associated with the nervous system. Other related and overlapping fields include: Aphasiology Brain imaging Computational neuroscience Neuroanatomy Neurochemistry Neuroeconomics ...
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