biomagnetism


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bi·o·mag·net·ism

 (bī′ō-măg′nĭ-tĭz′əm)
n.
1. The magnetic field created by a living organism.
2. The effect of an external magnetic field on living organisms.
3. The scientific study of these phenomena.
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biomagnetism

1. animal magnetism, or the power that enables some people to induce a hypnotic state in others.
2. physical attraction between members of opposite sexes. — biomagnetic, adj.
See also: Hypnosis
1. animal magnetism, or the power that enables some people to induce a hypnotic state in others.
2. physical attraction between members of the sexes. — biomagnetic, adj.
See also: Sex
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biomagnétisme
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