thermosensitivity

thermosensitivity

the central perception of temperature is located in the anterior hypothalamus (preoptic region) and in the spinal cord. The preoptic sensitivity is the more important in mammals, the spinal cord center in birds.
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The results indicated that the prepared methyl cellulose/calcium alginate was a good thermosensitive material, and the addition of MC increased the thermosensitivity of material, i.
Owing to their great thermosensitivity, the temperature of tumor cells is 3-7[degrees]C greater than that of adjacent normal cells when heating.
Thermosensitivity of the lobster, Homarus americanus, as determined by cardiac assay.
This was because of the nature of the disease, thermosensitivity and easy fatigability reported in such cases.
Furthermore the comparative data with respect to thermotolerance and thermosensitivity mediated by secondary metabolites in maize seedlings is scarce.
22 A study of thermosensitivity of 8 CL strains suggested albeit in vitro in a murine cell line that Old World strains such as L.
A clear parental effect on this thermosensitivity with an influence of both parents has been demonstrated by Baroiller & D'Cotta (2001).
Because thermosensitivity can explain only part of the inactivation of seeds in biogas reactors, in particular under mesophilic conditions, chemical and biological processes occurring during anaerobic digestion have to play a role as well.
The null hypothesis that the mean temperature during the thermosensitivity period did not affect hatching of males and females was tested using the binary logistic regression (Hosmer and Lemershow, 2000) in MINITAB 13.
102S] mutation in the NS4A protein also influenced virulence and thermosensitivity in a mouse model (13).
Following its selection, Rusty was included in additional trials to test thermosensitivity to Pgt-LBBL.