rhythmicity


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Noun1.rhythmicity - the rhythmic property imparted by the accents and relative durations of notes in a piece of music
sound property - an attribute of sound
metre, meter, time - rhythm as given by division into parts of equal duration
cadency, cadence - a recurrent rhythmical series
lilt, swing - a jaunty rhythm in music
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We humans have an endogenous circadian rhythmicity in physiology that is adapted to the solar cycle of day and night (as does almost all life on the planet).
When the recurrence is palpable and recognizable enough, we would probably place the line within metricity, and therefore certainly within rhythmicity.
Each neuron of the SCN contains the molecular components to generate rhythmicity in the absence of external cues.
The 3 rhythmicity dimensions for sleeping, eating and daily habits indicate how regular a person is in maintaining their daily schedules in order to function.
Potato GA 20-oxidases show a diurnal rhythmicity that is altered by a short interruption of the dark period.
Hormonal pathways may be involved in the mechanisms between meal timing and weight loss, with alterations in timing of food potentially affecting the circadian rhythmicity of the numerous hormones involved in metabolism including insulin, glucagon, adinopectin, corticosterone, leptin, chemerin, lipocain and visfatin.
One of the conditions for living organisms' existence is the rhythmicity of biological functions, biophysical, biochemical and physiological processes.
Earnest said animal sleeping and eating patterns, including those of humans, are subject to a circadian rhythmicity, asserting and previous studies have shown an association between the dysregulation of circadian or body clock rhythms and some metabolic disorders.
Meal time shift disturbs circadian rhythmicity along with metabolic and behavioral alterations in mice.
the ratio between the sum of the amplitudes of the two main even harmonics and the sum of the amplitudes of the two main odd harmonics for the AP and CC axes or the reverse (odd/even) for the LL axis calculated via the discrete Fourier transform, which is an indicator of the rhythmicity between acceleration patterns and step repetition, with higher values corresponding to more harmonic gait [13].
In certain situations, EEG waveforms of an appropriate frequency for age and state of alertness are considered abnormal because they occur at an inappropriate scalp location or demonstrate irregularities in rhythmicity or amplitude.