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rhythmicity

 [rith-mis´ĭ-te]
in cardiology, the ability to beat, or the state of beating, rhythmically without external stimuli.

rhythmicity

/rhyth·mic·i·ty/ (rith-mis´ĭ-te)
1. the state of having rhythm.
2. automaticity (2).

rhythmicity

(rĭth-mĭs′ĭ-tē)
The condition of being rhythmic.

rhythmicity

in cardiology, the ability to beat, or the state of beating, rhythmically without external stimuli.
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After application of Unpaired t-test, statistically significant difference was observed between psychopathology and the individual variables of TMS such as activity level, intensity, distractibility and rhythmicity.
Nevertheless, the rhythmicity of this cardiac biomarker is in line with the circadian organization of the cardiovascular system (26, 27).
Pierre Maquet from the University of Liege added: "These results suggest the fascinating hypothesis that brain function is continuously modulated by two factors that are both globally expressed but locally modulated : sleep pressure and circadian rhythmicity.
Fur Alina" was created by the tintinnabuli method invented by Part and allowing the pianist to evoke a special piano sound with sacred harmonies and rhythmicity.
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Knockout or mutation of circadian genes can cause an alteration in rhythm, such as in Bmal1 knockout mice, which demonstrate loss of activity-based rhythmicity [3].
Oxygen and circadian rhythmicity are essential in a myriad of physiological processes to maintain homeostasis, from blood pressure and sleep/wake cycles down to cellular signaling pathways that play critical roles in health and disease [13].
This recurring rhythmicity for both time and distance echoes the way that grid cells map locations.