rhythmicity


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Noun1.rhythmicity - the rhythmic property imparted by the accents and relative durations of notes in a piece of music
sound property - an attribute of sound
metre, meter, time - rhythm as given by division into parts of equal duration
cadency, cadence - a recurrent rhythmical series
lilt, swing - a jaunty rhythm in music
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In mice on the low-fat diet, the adiponectin signaling pathway components exhibited normal circadian rhythmicity.
Infants sigh frequently during sleep which scientists suspect may play a role in maintaining the disten-sibility and surface tension of lung tissue and airway walls and in stabilizing the rhythmicity of respilratory movements (i.
Modulation of glucose regulation and insulin secretion by circadian rhythmicity and sleep.
1996, Rhythmicity And Preperformance Ritual: Stabilizing Aflexible Systeme, Research Quarterly For Exercise And Sport, 67(3), 288-296.
The animals had impairments in the rhythmicity of the major clock genes, including Bmal1, a transcription factor that controls the activity of other core clock components.
Significance of rhythmicity was determined both visually (Chabot and Menaker, 1992; Chabot et al.
In the suprachiasmatic nuclei (SCN), the biochemical actions of PDE enzymes may play a role in circadian rhythmicity.
Ensuring kinesitherapeutic treatment was made considering the requirements of ensuring continuity, rhythmicity and consistency within kinesitherapy sessions.
The SCN controls the rhythmicity of one's sleep/wake cycles.
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The unique suitability of the CG for analyzing cellular mechanisms for pattern generation and rhythmicity derives from particularities of crustacean neuronal functional anatomy, specifically the segregation of the major impulse-generating mechanism (voltage-dependent [Na.