rhythmicity


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the rhythmic property imparted by the accents and relative durations of notes in a piece of music

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1993, Rhythmicity Vritual, And Motor Performance: A Study Of Free Throw Shooting In Rashetball Research Quarterly For Exercise And Sport, Vol.
Although statistically significant circatidal rhythmicity persisted in all of these animals (tau = 12.
These neurons act as the master pacemaker for circadian rhythmicity.
One of the first conclusions to come from electrophysiological recording from lobster CG (Welsh and Maynard, 1951; Maynard, 1955; see also Matsui, 1955) was that not only the rhythmicity but also the pattern of impulses within the bursts of activity is extraordinarily stable (Figs.
Consequently, this preparation may be an ideal single-cell neuronal oscillator suitable for investigations concerning mechanisms of rhythmicity.
The rhythmicity of molluscan cardiac muscle is regulated by numerous neurotransmitters and neuromodulatory agents, the most widely studied of these being the biogenic amine 5-hydroxytryptamine (5-HT), the tetrapeptide FMRF-amide, and acetylcholine (ACh).
Gonadotropin-releasing hormone (GnRH)-immunoreactive terminal nerve cells have intrinsic rhythmicity and project widely in the brain.
Since YFAFPRQamide is consistently more potent than AMSFYFPRMamide on the contractility and rhythmicity of the various parts of the clam gut (Candelario-Martinez et al.
Thus, this study shows that the use of mobile phones has an effect on heart rhythmicity and conductivity; therefore, the population at large should be advised on minimizing the use of mobile phones in their day-to-day life.
If the body's clock malfunctions, this affects the circadian rhythmicity in sympathetic and parasympathetic tone and in the cortisol awakening response, which in turn alter sympathetic reactivity to stress and the HPA-axis response.
The specific tang of the Suk orchestra may have been cast aside, yet the elastic rhythmicity, faster tempos <50:46 = 14.
In liver, L-DOPA did not affect the rhythmicity and expression of these clock genes (P > 0.
As per Chi-square test, the difference between the temperaments in the study and the control group was found to be significant for activity level, intensity, distractibility and rhythmicity (p value <0.