desaturation

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desaturation

(diːˌsætʃəˈreɪʃən)
n
(General Physics) physics the addition of white light to a pure colour to produce a paler less saturated colour
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Although a healthy person will not desaturate to the point of cyanosis (turning blue) even with rigorous training, we were able to see O2 saturation fluctuations in response to warm-up, intense activity, active recovery, hyperventilation, breath holding, and super-intense activity.
Marine shrimp also have a limited ability to elongate and desaturate LNA to HUFAs, such as 20:4(n-6), EPA, and DHA (Kayama et al.
She also used Nik Colour Efex Pro software to desaturate the colours.
A table of color distance scores for quantitative scoring of the Lanthony Desaturate color vision test.
She begins to desaturate secondary to shortness of breath.
Initially, the patient tended to desaturate even w ith mild exercise; now he could walk for short trips without dyspnea and fatigue.
Patients who desaturate at night should be assessed for sleep apnoea and treated appropriately.
His condition stabilised but he continued to need very high levels of oxygen and would desaturate rapidly if it was removed, even for a few seconds.
2] and nocturnal desaturation in patients with COPD (43,63,64), this relationship is not robust enough to accurately identify who will desaturate during sleep and how severely.
A lot of the way the clouds are in the movie are straight out of his photos - desaturate everything and add a stroke of color.
The app lets you edit digital photos on your iPhone or iPod touch- you can crop, straighten, sharpen, desaturate, adjust brightness, contrast and the color temperature of your photos, and even also add text bubbles.