x-irradiation


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x-irradiation

(ĕks′ĭ-rā′dē-ā′shən)
n.
Exposure to x-ray radiation.
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This suggests that chlorophyll a and carotenoids are more sensitive to X-irradiation than chlorophyll b.
Moreover, X-irradiation was shown to negatively influence DNA synthesis (Evans and Scott, 1964) as well as RNA and protein synthesis (Roy et al.
Increased SOD activities and decreased lipid peroxide in rat organs induced by low X-irradiation.
27) Yukawa O, Nakajima T, Miura Y, Ueda J, Ozawa T Induction of radical scavenging ability and suppression of lipid peroxidation in rat liver microsomes following whole body low dose X-irradiation.
A focal low dose x-irradiation of the cerebellum after birth selectively interferes with acquisition of the full complement of the granule cells, resulting in microneuronal hypoplasia (Altman, 1987), and there was abnormal neural organization in which immature characteristics, such as distorted arrangement of the glomeruli and incomplete circuitry formation are retained in the adult rat (Sugihara, 2000).
Olivocerebellar climbing fibers in the granuloprival cerebellum: Morphological studies of individual axonal projections in the X-irradiation rat.
This study will conduct a more detailed examination of the effects of X-irradiation on the ability of CNS neurons to regenerate through a PNS graft and into the host CNS on the far side of the graft.
Analysis of the effects of total body X-irradiation on the body weight of white Swiss mice.
A comparison of the effects of X-irradiation and ozone exposure with respect to the relation of antioxidant concentration and the capacity for lipid peroxidation.
Hayashi Y, Hoshino K and Kameyama Y (1978) Early pathological changes of matrix cells of the telencephalon following low dose X-irradiation in mouse embryo: Effects of 10 R irradiation on day 13.
Jenish RP and Brent RL (1988) The effect of prenatal X-irradiation on the 14th-18th days of gestation on postnatal growth and development in rat.