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Synonyms for detect

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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Detect switches can also be used as slide switches.
While most of the sensors detect a single type of pathogen, some can detect multiple pathogens or strains of pathogens.
The 265 PCSOs in Nottinghamshire Police cost pounds 7m in wages and detected six crimes in 2009/10, while the 311 support officers in South Wales cost pounds 9.3m and detected eight crimes in 2009.
The threshold used in that algorithm cannot detect stealthy worm.
The taste receptors on your tongue detect these five sensations: --, --, --, --, and --.
NoVs have been detected in oysters (and other shellfish), water from drinking fountains, ice, and community drinking water (1-4).
But even this sensitive space sensor can't compete with a dog's amazing ability to detect and identify smells.
When a particle such as a virus attaches to a cantilever, the board's vibration decreases enough that researchers can detect the event.
By harnessing the sensitivity of DxS's ARMSTM allele-specific PCR and its ScorpionsTM quantitative real-time signalling system, the new assay can detect mutant copies even if they represent as little as 1% of the sample.
Her biosensor test makes use of surface plasmon resonance (SPR) to detect toxins.
A new sensing technique developed by USDA-ARS scientists is able to detect heat-resistant toxins in such products as ham, milk and eggs.
Currently available methods for isolating undegraded circulating DNA are limited, and there is a need to develop novel methods which improve the yield of undegraded DNA and to adapt detection assays so that this DNA can be used to detect mutations, microsatellite instabilities, loss of heterozygosity, epigenetic changes, and other molecular genetic changes.
Furthermore, CT can detect a highly vascular mass with multiple lobulations.