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thermic

 [ther´mik]
pertaining to heat.

thermic

/ther·mic/ (ther´mik) pertaining to heat.

thermic

pertaining to heat. See thermal.

ther·mal

, thermic (thĕr'măl, -mik)
Pertaining to heat.

thermic

pertaining to heat.
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Binns said that previous studies involving high- and low-protein diets have typically examined the athletic populations and morbidly obese individuals, but she wanted to see what the thermic effect of food was like for a normal individual, who didn't have any metabolic disorders or medications that would affect their metabolism.
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At the cooling of the exterior structure, by thermic transfer towards the interior one, this is contracted, causing pressure to the interior one.
In any case, research has proven that the thermic effect of protein is the highest of all the macronutrients, requiring about 30 percent of the calories it contains, just for digestion and processing.
It is important to be aware of the different concepts and their thermic exchange capacity.
UCSA: Fine mixed thermic 54[degrees]22'E 45[degrees]36'N Fluventic Haploxerolls.
Peter's diet takes advantage of the thermic effect, which measures the amount of energy used to digest food.
9% of its 1,450-megawatt total capacity from thermic sources, 33% from hydraulic, and 4.
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The cushion is designed to fit on any seat - and any posterior, thanks to its thermic properties.
Three soils were collected from production fields by excavating the A horizon and were considered soils representative of the (1) Commerce series (Fine-silty, mixed, nonacid, active, thermic Aeric Fluvaquents), (2) Sharkey series (Very-fine, montmorillonitic, nonacid, thermic Vertic Haplaquepts), and the (3) Crowley series (Fine, montmorillonitic, thermic Typic Albaqualfs).
The system works by creating a thermic shock when the steam saturated with grease particles is forced through a small opening to the ceramic disc.