microcircuitry


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mi·cro·cir·cuit

 (mī′krō-sûr′kĭt)
n.
An electric circuit consisting of miniaturized components.

mi′cro·cir′cuit·ry (-kĭ-trē) n.
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microcircuitry

[ˈmaikrəʊˈsɜːkɪtrɪ] Nmicrocircuitería f
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Microcircuitry of the direct and indirect pathways of the basal ganglia.
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vehicles made after the 1960s, generators, phones and other communications systems, medical devices, GPS, everything with microcircuitry or a microchip dies instantly.
The photonic curing technology used by the PulseForge was designed specifically with these production characteristics in mind, and DuPont was attracted to the PulseForge's ability to advance their efforts in printing radio-frequency identification tags, and the thin-film semiconductor layers and fine-line microcircuitry crucial to flexible displays.
In a study published online in the June 29, 2011 issue of Nature, for example, scientists manipulated the microcircuitry in the brains of mice to examine the effects on the animals' addictive behaviors.
centimeters of a wireless battery, and its microcircuitry is only enough for one
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The researchers are focusing on the laminar microcircuitry of the neocortex which is involved in higher brain functions such as seeing and hearing.