triphasic


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triphasic

 [tri-fa´zik]
having three phases.

triphasic

/tri·pha·sic/ (-fa´zik) having three phases.

triphasic

[trīfā′zik]
Etymology: Gk, treis, three, phasis, appearance
having three phases or stages.

triphasic

having three phases.
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