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facilitatory

(fəˌsɪlɪˈteɪtərɪ)
adj
acting to induce or assist the facilitation of neural activity
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Adj.1.facilitatory - inducing or aiding in facilitating neural activity
helpful - providing assistance or serving a useful function
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Within the region, discussion is now focused on Turkey's appeal to Switzerland to play a facilitatory role in negotiations.
If joint receptors feedback is distorted, the facilitatory and inhibitory influences of this feedback on joint musculature are distorted and normal muscle contraction patterns become irregular and less effective.
Facilitatory neuromodulative effect of duloxetine on pudendal motor neurons controlling urethral pressure: a functional urodynamic study in healthy women.
Facilitatory and inhibitory effects of harmaline on the tryptophan-induced 5-hydroxytryptamine syndrome and body temperature changes in pargyline-pretreated rats.
HIV-discordant or -concordant couples may spontaneously decide to cease their ART regimen as they intend to begin a family; sympathetic and facilitatory fertility counselling during ART initiation counselling, should prevent this.
Have the SPLM leaders fulfilled what was enshrined in their manifesto and other founding documents which could be summarized as follows: 1) Maintaining peace among the people and with their neighbours; 2) Developing institutional and physical infrastructure; 3) Ensuring better governance and facilitatory leadership; 4) Regenerating the innovative and productive assets of Southern Sudanese for the service of their Motherland; 5) Prioritizing agricultural production as the renewable engine of economic growth with the help of petroleum income; and 6) Eradicating poverty, especially in rural areas and urban slums where majority of population live.
Other reason may be due to, both facilitatory and inhibitory effect of NO on the NMDA receptor, as it regulates NMDA receptor activity in a biphasic manner playing both a positive and negative modulatory role (Manzoni and Bockaert 1993).
44) In what might almost be seen as presaging today's 'capability approach', Fanon advocates the use of the state in highly developmental terms, as a facilitatory power working to free its citizens from unfreedom.
Facilitatory role of neuropeptide Y on the onset of puberty: effect of immunoneutralization of neuropeptide Y on the release of luteinizing hormone and luteinizinghormone-releasing hormone.
This facilitatory structure has, however, been steadily weakening for several reasons: the firm of today is made up of a passing parade of personnel; the length of hospital stay is typically very short, militating against a student forming a close bond with patients assigned to her/ him; and clerkships within a firm may be only a few weeks in length, lessening the opportunity for teaching staff to form a secure opinion of an individual student's professional behaviour.
Secondly, there are a number of facilitatory methods which can be used on less dominantly spastic muscle groups with consequent reduction of spasticity in their antagonists.
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