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Synonyms for detect

to perceive, especially barely or fleetingly

to perceive with a special effort of the senses or the mind

Synonyms for detect

discover or determine the existence, presence, or fact of

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2]) treatment were not detectably different from groups subjected to the 345-kPa (50-lb/[in.
Furthermore, very large premutations approaching 200 repeats may be too large to be detectably amplified by Met-PCR or nonMet-PCR, especially in PM females.
When these biographers are critical of their subjects, it is in a perfunctory and detectably regretful way.
There has been concern about possible carcinogenic effects of RFs below levels that cause detectably harmful heating.
With the trawl survey data, catchability was detectably extreme for many species in about one year in six.
Long term treatment with C-Med 100[R], despite the considerable increase in cell number, did not detectably change the lymphoid architecture of the spleen.
3-5), the two floral buds and single vegetative bud in each set become detectably different very early on (Fig.
A subsequent controlled-feeding study of 10 subjects showed that gut microbiome composition changed detectably within 24 hours of initiating a high fat/low fiber or low fat/high fiber diet, but that the enterotype identity of the microbe group remained stable during the 10-day study, emphasizing the short-term stability of the enterotypes.
Sc] to transit the digestive tract and disseminate through other systems in small amounts before accumulating detectably in the central nervous system.
Therefore, where dairy herds were present, the faunal evidence at archaeological sites would reflect this economic strategy, with detectably high mortality rates in the first year (over and above natural deaths) and high ratios of female to male adult animals.
The 367-by-long I-allele-specific amplicon produced by primer pair AC111 /ACE112 was not detectably multiplied in TagMan reactions that included DNA of genotype II or ID, as indicated by sample analysis using electrophoresis in a polyacrylamide gel and subsequent treatment of the gel with ethidium bromide solution.