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cyclicity

cycling of disease incidence, being seasonal (annual on a seasonal basis) or secular (long-term, greater than one year, e.g. outbreaks of ephemeral fever).
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Antigonadotrophic effects of prolactin in relation to commencement of cyclicity, milk yield and blood metabolites in postpartum lactating riverine buffaloes (Bubalus Bubalis).
Perhaps fewer pages could have been used to address the climate spectrum but this might simply reflect new emphasis in this field in very small scale cyclicity in the stratigraphic record.
Sedimentology, facies successions and cyclicity of a section of the Joggins Formation, Nova Scotia.
Kenstowicz, Michael (1995), Base-identity and uniform exponence: alternatives to cyclicity.
The track-bearing lithologic unit represents a period of high-frequency depositional cyclicity on a very shallow and partly restricted inner shelf.
through astronomical cyclicity as reflected in sediments); and 3) the means of joining chronostratigraphic and chronometric schemes.
This has important implications for the ecological contrast between lowlands and broken uplands under Pleistocene conditions of high-amplitude millennial-scale climate cyclicity.
2006), b) disrupted estrous cyclicity of exposed individuals (Rubin et al.
The same cyclicity is seen in the chemical composition of the air, such as methane concentration and isotope composition of air-bubbles captured in ice cores.
Their inspired discussions of work-level cyclicity must be deemed one of the book's major strengths: the analysis is carefully nuanced and multivalent.
He covers successive-cyclic movement; some properties of movement; the theory of cyclicity and phases; feature values and interpretation; the phase heads v, C, P, and the stranding generalization; and adposition stranding.