oxygen effect


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oxygen effect

n
(Biology) biology the increased sensitivity to radiation of living organisms, tissues, etc, when they are exposed in the presence of oxygen
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However, variability among replicates was too high to confidently reject or accept the null hypothesis of no oxygen effect with the number of replicates completed; results are therefore not reported here.
Marques, "Hyperbaric oxygen effects on sports injuries," Therapeutic Advances in Musculoskeletal Disease, vol.
Researchers, practitioners, and students from across China present over 120 papers on such topics as characterizing the nano-structure of a glass-like carbon by x-ray diffraction and electron energy loss spectroscopy, electrical properties of zinc oxide film prepared by the thermal oxidation method, the experimental analysis of surface defects in bioceramics used in bone tissue engineering, the ultrasonic monitoring of hydration using embedded piezoelectric transducers, and atomic oxygen effects of polyimide/silica hybrid films in a low earth orbit environment.