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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(2002) have reported that training by means of timing and rhythmicity leads to improvement in golf shot accuracy.
The suprachiasmatic nucleus entrains, but does not sustain, circadian rhythmicity in the olfactory bulb.
Crepuscular activity of adult Seriscesthis germinata (Coleoptera: Scarabaeidae): influence of circadian rhythmicity and light intensity.
The Parse themes of meaning, rhythmicity, and cotranscendeuce, yearn to be the structure, frame, and roots on which to grow collaborative use of allopathic and complementary alternative interventions, within nursing practice.
rhythmicity of sedimentation periods and volcanic activity and metamorphic episodes that these rocks have undergone.
In other words, the EEG oscillations that are measured in a resting state become organized, amplified, and/or coupled during mental activity, or the network activity induced by an event or stimulus may trigger specific oscillatory responses, thus giving rise to an "evoked" (strongly locked to the stimulus/event) or "induced" (weakly associated with to the stimulus/event) rhythmicity (Basar 1980; Basar 1999; Makeig et al.
Catecholamines of neural origin show a circadian rhythmicity. Adrenoceptors present on bone marrow cells include the 1-subtype, which seems to mediate the catecholaminergic control of hematopoiesis.
The analysis showed a statistically significant circadian rhythmicity in oxygen consumption in snakes (Anova; F = 60.531; p < 0.0001).
The phase delay in circadian rhythmicity (more eveningness) would be a consequence both of the maturation processes during adolescence (Carskadon & Acebo, 1993), and of the different psychosocial factors typical of this developmental stage (Takeuchi et al., 2001).
However, rhythmicity and distractibility correlated significantly with fewer than half of the subscales and were not included in the analysis.
Spontaneous electrical rhythmicity in cultured interstitial cells of Cajal from the murine small intestine.