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bi·o·rhythm

 (bī′ō-rĭth′əm)
n.
An innate, cyclical biological process or function.

bi′o·rhyth′mic (-rĭth′mĭk) adj.
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biorhythm

(ˈbaɪəʊˌrɪðəm)
n
(Physiology) a cyclically recurring pattern of physiological states in an organism or organ, such as alpha rhythm or circadian rhythm; believed by some to affect physical and mental states and behaviour
ˌbioˈrhythmic adj
ˌbioˈrhythmically adv
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bi•o•rhythm

(ˈbaɪ oʊˌrɪð əm)

n.
an innate periodicity in an organism's physiological processes, as sleep and wake cycles.
[1960–65]
bi`o•rhyth′mic, adj.
bi`o•rhyth•mic′i•ty (-ˈmɪs ɪ ti) n.
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bi·o·rhythm

(bī′ō-rĭth′əm)
A recurring biological process, such as sleep, that is controlled by the circadian rhythms of an organism.
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Translations

biorhythm

[ˈbaɪəʊrɪðəm] Nbiorritmo m
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biorhythm

[ˈbaɪəʊˌrɪðəm] nbioritmo
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biorhythm

n ritmo biológico
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16) of some exciting sound innovations and experiments from around the nation and the globe, from Amazon rainforest soundscapes to biorhythms. (We are planning to include audio clips for as many of these as we can, so be sure to check out the online version of Caroline's piece at americantheatre.org.)
But just because we're slaves to our own biorhythms when it comes to achieving the perfect innovative state of mind, doesn't mean we can't control our own creativity habits.
Miroslav (Mack) Mackiewicz, program director for the Integrative Neurobiology, Sleep & Biorhythms section in the Neurobiology of Aging Branch of the Division of Neuroscience at the National Institute on Aging, Bethesda, Maryland.
Psychologically, this is a real phenomenon, when the longer daylight hours affect your biorhythms and brain chemistry, which in turn affects your feelings and behaviour.
Deutsche Lufthansa AG last year began using 24 different light settings on its Airbus A350-900 planes to help manage passenger biorhythms during long haul flights.
+1 into an aesthetic experiment in pink noise _ a frequency of sound that has a unique relationship to human biorhythms and the ability to mask background noise," organizers said.
Another precondition is the biorhythms, where we already have pointed at walking as a dominant rhythm.
It features 24 settings designed to match the day and night biorhythms of passengers to help them cope with the effects of jet lag.
Lufthansa will be the first airline worldwide to use a range of different settings for the on-board lighting of the A350-900 which are designed to fit with the day and night-time biorhythms of their passengers.
"We long to re-engage with the always-present biorhythms and natural circulation of the body's intelligent and intricate energies that have sustained our race for millennia.