polyphasic


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polyphasic

(ˌpɒlɪˈfeɪzɪk)
adj
consisting of multiple peaks or phases
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Needle examination of the tibialis anterior muscle on 25 November 2014 showed the presence of fibrillation potentials and clear neurogenic polyphasic motor units.
Electromyography showed low amplitude, short duration, polyphasic motor unit potentials with full recruitment, suggesting a myopathic pattern.
Papers follow the current molecular and polyphasic taxonomic approaches and are richly illustrated by high quality colour images, and interactive links to MycoBank, GenBank and culture collections such as the CBS.
Needle EMG examination revealed a small amount of denervation potentials in APB and ADM also motor unit rarefaction, increase of polyphasic motor unit potantials (MUP) and chronic neurogenic changes in APB, ADM and EIP muscles, whereas needle EMG findings of the biceps and triceps were normal (Table 2).
MIRU-VNTRplus: a web tool for polyphasic genotyping of Mycobacterium tuberculosis complex bacteria.
Polyphasic study of the spatial distribution of microorganisms in Mexican pozol, a fermented maize dough, demonstrates the need for cultivation-independent methods to investigate traditional fermentations.
And their rest will truly be momentary, as the three men will live on a polyphasic sleep cycle: two hours on the oars rowing, and then two hours off to sleep, eat or maintain the boat.
If a vehicle includes only one element, it is called monophasic, if two, biphasic, and if more than two, then it is termed polyphasic According to the type of utilization, they may be classified as "liquids, semisolids and solids".
Three regions where relaxation phenomena occur can be clearly distinguished in accordance to the polyphasic nature of the fluoroelastomers.
Among their topics are sampling strategies to control mycotoxins, mass spectrometry in multi-mycotoxin and fungal spore analysis, official methods and performance criteria, ensuring the quality of results from food control laboratories, developing biomarkers of human exposure to mycotoxins, mechanism-based and exposure biomarkers for mycotoxins in animals, the rationale for a polyphasic approach to identifying mycotoxigenic fungi, identifying gene and gene clusters involved in mycotoxin synthesis, and challenges and analytical approaches to masked mycotoxins in food and feed.
Charles Laughlin (1992) illuminates the issue of pragmacentrism further by delineating the differences between monophasic and polyphasic cultures, that is, respectively, the difference between cultures that primarily regard the ordinary waking consciousness as the only true and trusted state, compared to those cultures that recognise the importance, even the necessity, of other states of consciousness for their own psychological well-being and for the well-being of their community and habitat.
Rationale for a polyphasic approach in the identification of mycotoxigenic fungi 11.