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inductor

 [in-duk´tor]
a tissue elaborating a chemical substance that acts to determine the growth and differentiation of embryonic parts.

in·duc·tor

(in-dŭk'tŏr, -tōr),
1. That which brings about induction.
2. In embryology, an evocator or an organizer.

in·duc·tor

(in-dŭk'tŏr)
1. That which brings about induction.
2. embryology An evocator or an organizer.
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An M12 laser sensor with a body length of only 50 mm and an operating range of 50 m has been developed for use in hostile environments that prohibit the use of photoelectric and fiber optic sensors and where even inductive devices are susceptible to failure.
A single X2Y can save space by applying a single component between two pins and removing inductive devices.