resynchronize

resynchronize

(ˌriːˈsɪŋkrəˌnaɪz) or

resynchronise

vb (tr)
to synchronize again
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It is obvious that P4 supplementation could be used to resynchronize cow but introduction timings may influence the survival of earlier established pregnancy and subsequent fertility of the following ovulation of the succeeding estrous.
Based on this, the researchers hypothesized that using electrical brain stimulation to resynchronize the two types of brain waves might restore working memory capacities in the older cohort.
Somebody needs to resynchronize the timing on these traffic signals.
B-Circadin is said to resynchronize the circadian rhythm, regulate rhythm-dependent biological functions, improve rhythm-related Nrf2 detoxification pathway efficiency and control oxidative stress induced by blue light.
"Efforts to increase sleep opportunity through designing shift schedules to allow for adequate opportunity to resynchronize the circadian system and improving exercise compatibility of the work environment may improve mood in this depression-vulnerable population."
Assuming that signal timing plans that have been optimized for general vehicles are given, we propose a methodology to resynchronize traffic signal timings in a subsystem to favor tram movements.
Social jet lag, defined as a change in activity/rest patterns between workdays and free days, results in individuals continuously undergoing shifts to their circadian clock and a perpetual state of circadian misalignment as peripheral circadian oscillators have insufficient time to resynchronize prior to the next phase shift (Figure 3).
When entrainment stabilized, in order to assess the adjustment function of the circadian clock to light conditions (reentrainment), an important NIF charged by ipRGCs, mice were subjected to a jet lag test with 8 h delay in the time of lights on and lights off to evaluate whether they could resynchronize with the shifted cycle.
But those networks resynchronize when deep unconsciousness sets in, researchers report in the July 20 Journal of Neuroscience.
These devices resynchronize the heart's rhythm to improve breathlessness and fatigue, and avoid dizziness and fainting in individuals.
Some devices, such as RSA SecurityID [14] and VeriSign (now part of Symantec) [15] shown in Figure 1, display 6 digits pseudo-random number and require periodically resynchronize the server with the token.