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Synonyms for susceptible

Synonyms for susceptible

easily imposed on or tricked

able to receive and respond to external stimuli

Antonyms for susceptible

(often followed by 'of' or 'to') yielding readily to or capable of

easily impressed emotionally

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[mu] is the rate at which external computers are connected to the Internet and it is also the rate at which internal computers are disconnected from the Internet; [[beta].sub.1] is the infected rate of the susceptible computers by the latent computers; [[beta].sub.2] is the infected rate of the susceptible computers by the active computers; [alpha] is the rate at which the recovered computers become susceptibly virus-free again; [epsilon] is the rate at which the latent computers break out; and [gamma] is the rate at which the active computers are cured by the antivirus software.
The drought resistance parameters, stress susceptibly index (SSI) and drought tolerance efficiency (DTE) were ranged from 0.6 to 0.8 and from 20.4 to 42.3%, respectively.
And additional water from leakage had caused it to "rust out," causing it to be susceptibly pliable for the six fugitives, other local (http://www.knoxnews.com/story/news/crime/2016/12/25/authorities-six-cocke-county-inmates-made-christmas-break/95843564/) reports said Monday. 
Investigators with the National Toxicology Program (NTP) at the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences have now reported that one such model--the Diversity Outbred (DO) mouse model--varies widely in its susceptibly to benzene, a known cause of human leukemia.
Association of BoLA DRB3 and DQA1 alleles with susceptibly to Neospora caninum and reproductive outcome in Quebec Holstein cattle.
coli, 3/16 were resistant to Ampi and susceptibly to CAM and presented simultaneous resistance to Cftx and Azt.
All ages are generally susceptibly. Natural resistance increases with aging [1].