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Synonyms for susceptive

able to receive and respond to external stimuli

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As discussed above in the paper, the traditional SLBS model can divide the node into three parts: susceptive node (S node) used to be known as health node and uninfected node, latent node (L node) representing the node which is infected but only showing a low infectious ability, and breaking out node (B node).
Alternatively, as bearing bracket is less susceptive to damage, (5) maybe used to determine the ratio between bearing effective stiffness and bracket stiffness, which maybe also monitored for damage detection.
Various aspects of liver damage and chronic liver disorders like inflammation, fibrosis, and liver injury caused by a mixture of hepatotoxin carbon tetrachloride and diethylnitrosamine are susceptive of hepatocarcinogenesis when exposed to LPS-induced TLR4 signaling [14].
Methionine sulfoxide reductase (Msr), a repair enzyme scavenging ROS through reducing methionine residues in oxidation proteins, was downregulated in human senescent AF cells [72], which makes disc cells more susceptive to oxidative damage.
Maxillofacial region is susceptive to the effects of trauma, pathology, developmental deformities and alveolar ridge resorption process subsequent to tooth extraction.
Communications that failed to encode the message to meet alumni expectations were more susceptive to noise interference and prevented the message from reaching the receiver (Berlo, 1963; Communication Theory, 2010; Petty & Cacioppo, 1986).
Adolescents, as well as other subgroups under 18 years of age, are very susceptive to UV rays regardless of the source of emission (sunlight or sunbed) [4-7].
However, CMOS is susceptive to total ionizing dose (TID) and single-event effects (SEE).
In summary, for multiexit circumstance, synchronous renewal mechanism is more suitable for low pedestrian density and the value of [K.sub.R] is more sensitive from 0 to approximately 3; moreover, synchronous renewal mechanism performs better in high density and the value of [K.sub.R] is susceptive from 0 to approximately 6.
This condition, along with the underlying dysfunctional immune response of the patient makes the skin lesions susceptive to Staphylococcus aureus infection [11].
The semilog linear model (equation 1) appeared to be susceptive to influence by small numbers of hospitalizations.
The cross-cultural rationale for the stricter rules regarding those methods of third-party reproduction is that they are considered to be more susceptive to misuse and ethical concerns regarding the third-party.