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Synonyms for phase

Synonyms for phase

an interval regarded as a distinct evolutionary or developmental unit


the particular angle from which something is considered

Synonyms for phase

a particular point in the time of a cycle

(astronomy) the particular appearance of a body's state of illumination (especially one of the recurring shapes of the part of Earth's moon that is illuminated by the sun)

arrange in phases or stages

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adjust so as to be in a synchronized condition

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9, the results of certain parameters as lag phase indicated that this model is not appropriate to predict methane production.
Some amino acid side chains participate in the aggregated nucleus formation and nucleation mechanisms and manifest themselves as lag phases.
As the concentrations of pesticide increases longer lag phases were observed.
Except the lag phase, biogas production was somewhat linearly related to the temperature fluctuations (Fig.
This new understanding or Salmonella metabolism during lag phase show how rapidly Salmonella senses favourable conditions and builds up the materials needed for growth.
According to this model, the period between the lag phase and nutrients depletion followed by bacterial death occurs in less than 24 hours for most coliform bacteria such as Escherichia coli.
Figure 2 shows atypical growth curves of CHO cells in the microcarrier system, demonstrating that there was no drop in cell density below the starting cell number during Lag phase (first 24 hours in culture) which often occurs when culture initiation conditions are not optimal.
The first sampling point should be at about the lag phase of the system (typically four to eight hours after the study has begun).
This largely reflects the lag phase between manuscript submission and publication.
As shown in Figure 1, the higher the concentration of picloram, the lag phase of the growth curve was comparatively shorter than 2,4-D treatment (Figure 2).
The relationship of these parameters to the lag phase (LP) and the velocity of radial growth (RGV) was determined, using a supplemented culture mean prepared from Malt Extract Agar (MEA, Merck) with addition of NaCl at concentrations of 10; 15; 20 and 30%.
This is because the overall biodegradation rate could very likely be dominated by the lag phase, which could vary greatly with different concentrations of both the non-growth substrate and the growth substrate, due to their toxicity effect on the degrading cells.
Final KW, kernel growth rate, duration of the lag phase and duration of the whole grain-filling period for each genotype and position were determined by fitting a trilinear model (Eq.
The time between the exposure and the onset of antibody production is known as the latent phase or lag phase.