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*  Graphology
These phenomena describe the observation that individuals will give high accuracy ratings to descriptions of their personality ... and biomechanical systems of the body. The Vanguard Code of Ethical Practice, amongst others, prohibits medical diagnosis by ... The study of these phenomena is a by-product of researchers investigating motor control processes and the interaction of ...
*  Blood bank
Platelet storage lesion is a very different phenomenon from RBC storage lesion, due largely to the different functions of the ... Although some of the biochemical changes are reversible after the blood is transfused, the biomechanical changes are less so, ... blood product units damaged by so-called storage lesion-a set of biochemical and biomechanical changes which occur during ... and rejuvenation products are not yet able to adequately reverse this phenomenon. Current regulatory measures are in place to ...
*  Blood transfusion
Although some of the biochemical changes are reversible after the blood is transfused, the biomechanical changes are less so, ... and rejuvenation products are not yet able to adequately reverse this phenomenon. There has been controversy about whether a ... a range of biochemical and biomechanical changes that occur during storage. With red cells, this can decrease viability and ...
*  Tremor
Biomechanical loading relies on an external device that either passively or actively acts mechanically in parallel to the upper ... This phenomenon gives rise to the possibility of an orthotic management of tremor. Starting from this principle, the ... In this regard, current trends in this field are focused on the evaluation of the concept of biomechanical loading of tremor ... It has been established in the literature that most of the different types of tremor respond to biomechanical loading. In ...
*  Embryonic differentiation waves
... phenomena of gene gradients during development is dismissed as an epiphenomena resulting from the passage of the biomechanical ... and Gordon in 1993 This would result in a biochemical transduction of the biomechanical signal from the cytoskeleton that is ...
*  P. S. Ayyaswamy
Transport phenomena with drops and bubbles. Springer Science & Business Media, 1997; 2012. Articles, a selection Ayyaswamy, P. ... "Heat transport mechanisms in vascular tissues: a model comparison." Journal of biomechanical engineering 108.4 (1986): 324-331 ...
*  Contact guidance
This phenomenon was discovered in 1912, and the terminology was introduced in 1945, but it is with the development of tissue ... Journal of Biomechanical Engineering. 119 (2): 137. doi:10.1115/1.2796072. Vigliotti, A.; McMeeking, R. M.; Deshpande, V. S. ( ... It has been observed that the phenomenon of contact guidance on microgrooved surfaces is influenced by the groove width. For ... Contact guidance refers to a phenomenon for which the orientation of cells and stress fibers is influenced by geometrical ...
*  University of Campinas School of Mechanical Engineering
Experimental evidence of the phenomena studied. Development of predictive techniques and control systems based on the ... bio-mechanical prostheses, maintenance procedures, manufacturing processes, thermal and fluids, vibrations and noise. Some ...
*  Vascular remodelling in the embryo
Intussusception, the phenomenon of a single tube splitting to form two branching tubes, also contributes to angiogenesis. ... Once fluid flow begins, biomechanical and hemodynamic inputs are applied to the system set up by vasculogenesis, and the active ... The first event of biomechanical-driven hierarchal remodelling occurs just after the onset of heart beat, when the vitelline ... Additionally, biomechanic forces inside embryonic vessels have important remodelling effects. Pressure fluctuations lead to ...
*  Viscoelasticity
This phenomenon is known as viscoelastic creep. At a time t 0 {\displaystyle t_{0}} , a viscoelastic material is loaded with a ... Biswas, Abhijit; Manivannan, M.; Srinivasan, Mandyam A. (2015). "Multiscale Layered Biomechanical Model of the Pacinian ...
*  Sheldon Weinbaum
Weinbaum is widely recognized for novel biomechanical models that have changed existing views in such areas as bone fluid flow ... His dissertation is entitled "Natural convection phenomena in horizontal circular cylinders" and completed under the direction ...
*  Automatic gain control
Too short a decay time leads to the phenomenon of "breathing" where the background noise level gets boosted at each gap in the ... Similarly, in the auditory system, the olivocochlear efferent neurons are part of a biomechanical gain control loop. Similar to ...
*  Undulatory locomotion
termed this phenomenon as fiber strain homogeneity in segmented musculature. In addition to a rostral to caudal kinematic wave ... The biomechanical arguments used to support this rationale include that (1) there is no cost associatied with the vertical ... This phenomenon results in an architectural gear ratio, determined as longitudinal strain divided by fiber strain (εx / εf), ... studied this phenomenon using a simplified salamander model. Siren lacertian, an aquatic salamander, utilizes swimming motions ...
*  Biomechanics
The next major biomechanic would not be around until 1452, with the birth of Leonardo da Vinci. Da Vinci was an artist and ... In other words, the mechanical characteristics of these materials rely on physical phenomena occurring in multiple levels, from ... The next major bio-mechanic, Giovanni Alfonso Borelli, was the first to understand that "the levers of the musculature system ... With the rise of the Roman Empire, technology became more popular than philosophy and the next bio-mechanic arose. Galen (129 ...
*  The Dome: Ground Zero
Cities around the Pacific Rim are soon damaged by a variety of seemingly natural phenomena. It becomes apparent to observing ... more lifelike and preserved the recognizable biomechanical attributes of human anatomy without sacrificing texture and detail. ...
*  Magnetic resonance velocimetry
MRV is based on the phenomenon of nuclear magnetic resonance and adapts a medical magnetic resonance imaging system for the ... Journal of Biomechanical Engineering. Elkins, C.J.; Markl, M.; Pelc, N.; Eaton, J.K. (2003). "4D Magnetic resonance velocimetry ... Journal of Biomechanical Engineering. 112 (4): 464-472. doi:10.1115/1.2891212. Professor John Eaton's profile (Stanford ...
*  Technology in science fiction
If we look at some of the examples of Psi Phenomena prominent in stories, they may have stemmed from how science would take ... A robot is an electro-mechanical or bio-mechanical device or group of devices that can perform autonomous or preprogrammed ... One of the first experimental approaches to Psi Phenomena started in the 1930s and was conducted under the direction of J.B. ... Throughout SF history, Psi Phenomena can be seen to be used for good and evil, and through new science and technological ...
*  Haken-Kelso-Bunz model
HKB has been able to model task context, biomechanical factors, perception, cognitive demands, learning and memory. The latest ... Kelso initially observed this phenomenon while conducting an experiment looking at subjects' finger movements. Subjects ...
*  List of computer simulation software
OpenSim - an open-source software system for biomechanical modeling. Physics Abstraction Layer - an open-source physics ... especially coupled phenomena, or multi-physics. CONSELF - browser based CFD and FEA simulation platform. DX Studio - a suite of ...
*  Victoria Arbour
Arbour primarily studies dinosaurs in the group Ankylosauria, including biomechanical analyses of tail clubs. Arbour has ... Switek, Brian (2014-09-25). "Ziapelta - New Mexico's Newest Dinosaur". Phenomena. National Geographic. Retrieved 2018-01-02. ...
*  Dry needling
They assert that much of the basic physiological and biomechanical knowledge that dry needling utilizes is taught as part of ... patterns to acupuncture meridians provides evidence that trigger points most likely represent the same physiological phenomenon ...
*  Shadowkeep
Together with ex-Shadowkeep bassist Steve Kightley and guitarist Chris Van Hayden (ex-Biomechanical), he then went on to form a ... and positing the subsequent effects that this phenomenon might have on the Earth's population. The Hourglass Effect was ...
*  Osseoincorporation
"Biomechanical and clinical evaluations of a porous tantaluym implant for the treatment of early-stage osteonecrosis". J Bone ... Per-Ingvar Brånemark defined this ongrowth phenomenon, osseointegration, as "the direct structural and functional connection ...
*  Physostigmine
In the 1920s, Otto Loewi determined the biomechanical mechanism for the effects of physostigmine on the body. Loewi was ... Combination of acetylcholine and physostigmine is an example of supra-additive phenomenon. Physostigmine functions as an ...
*  Index of engineering science and mechanics articles
Transport phenomena - Turbine - Tribology - Unsprung weight - Validation - Valve - Vector - Vertical strength - Vibration - ... Biomechanical stability - Biomechanics - Biomechatronics - Biomedical engineering - Biomimetic - Brittle - Buckling - CAD - ...
*  Lance King
In June 2003, they recruited singer John K, from Biomechanical and released the album Heathen Machine who left after one album ... On June 31, 2011, King conceptually arranged for a concept album based on his life and the 11:11 time prompt phenomena, ...