diphasic


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di·phase

 (dī′fāz′) also di·pha·sic (dī-fā′zĭk)
adj.
Having two phases.

diphasic

(daɪˈfeɪzɪk)
adj
1. (Zoology) zoology (of parasites) having a free active stage in the life cycle
2. (General Physics) physics another word for diphase
Translations

di·pha·sic

a. difásico-a, que tiene lugar en dos etapas diferentes.
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Computer and numerical developments in the fields of monophasic and diphasic thermohydraulics, fluid mechanics, requiring expertise in nuclear physics, applied mathematics, algorithmics, computer languages, computer architecture, software engineering and code coupling.
Other manifestations that can be present in infected individuals are diphasic fever meningitis, rash (palatal exanthema), hemolytic anemia, hemorrhage into skin and mucus membranes, hepato-renal failure, jaundice, mental confusion and depression, myocarditis and pulmonary involvement with or without hemorrhage and hemoptysis.
Other manifestations in infected individuals are diphasic fever meningitis, rash (palatal exanthema), hemolytic anaemia, haemorrhage into skin and mucus membranes, hepato-renal failure, jaundice, mental confusion and depression, myocarditis and pulmonary involvement with or without haemorrhage and haemoptysis.
Finally, the diphasic supernatant was sucked off, as much as possible, leaving about 1 ml ofsediment or suspension for microscopic analysis.
histolytica was first accomplished by Diamond in 1961 [9], using a diphasic medium composed of a serum-enriched agar base covered by a broth supplemented with chicken extract and vitamins.
Boeck and Drbohlav first introduced xenic culture of Entamoeba in 1925 in a diphasic egg slant medium, and a modification of this medium (Locke-egg) is still used today [24].
The pressure [p.sub.a] is determined form the FEM solution at the opposite side (z = L), from which the equivalent velocity in the diphasic medium:
High fever was defined as a body temperature [greater than or equal to] 38[degrees]C, and diphasic fever was defined as a body temperature [greater than or equal to] 38[degrees]C after the initial fever had decreased to [less than or equal to] 37.5[degrees]C.
Diphasic Salmonellas by Andrews was the first published report of PV in 1992 and was distinguished sharply by agglutination behaviour.
Cepeda, "Study of enrofloxacin depletion in the eggs of laying hens using diphasic dialysis extraction/purification and determinative HPLC-MS analysis," Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, vol.