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PHYSIOLOGICAL TOLERANCE
PHYSIOLOGICAL CONCENTRATIONS
TREMENDOUS PHYSIOLOGICAL
IMPORTANT PHYSIOLOGICAL ROLES
IMPORTANT PHYSIOLOGICAL ROLE
PHYSIOLOGICAL SALINE
PHYSIOLOGICAL DIFFERENCES
PHYSIOLOGICAL OPTICS
PHYSIOLOGICAL PSYCHOLOGISTS
PHYSIOLOGICAL PSYCHOLOGY
PHYSIOLOGICAL ACTIONS
PHYSIOLOGICAL SUBSTRATE
PHYSIOLOGICAL STRESS
PHYSIOLOGICAL PHENOMENON
PHYSIOLOGICAL PH VALUES
PHYSIOLOGICAL ECOLOGY
PHYSIOLOGICAL MECHANISM
PHYSIOLOGICAL MECHANISMS
PHYSIOLOGICAL STUDIES
PHYSIOLOGICAL FUNCTIONING
NORMAL PHYSIOLOGICAL
PHYSIOLOGICAL PARAMETERS
PHYSIOLOGICAL CHARACTERISTICS
NORMAL PHYSIOLOGICAL FUNCTIONS
NORMAL PHYSIOLOGICAL FUNCTION
PHYSIOLOGICAL RESPONSE
PHYSIOLOGICAL RESPONSES
PHYSIOLOGICAL BASIS
PHYSIOLOGICAL SIGNIFICANCE
PHYSIOLOGICAL STATE
PREGNANCY
PHYSIOLOGICAL CHANGES
PHYSIOLOGICAL ROLES
PHYSIOLOGICAL ROLE
DORMANCY
PHYSIOLOGICAL DORMANCY
PHYSIOLOGICAL EFFECT
PHYSIOLOGICAL EFFECTS
EMOTIONAL
METHOD
LOW
CELL
EXPRESSION
FACTOR
SHAPE
WHETHER
Review of Short Phrases and Links

    This Review contains major "Physiological"- related terms, short phrases and links grouped together in the form of Encyclopedia article.

Physiological Tolerance

  1. A major clinical liability of opiate drugs is their ability to cause physiological tolerance. (Web site)

Physiological Concentrations

  1. II. Physiological concentrations of trehalose increase the thermal stability of proteins in vitro. (Web site)

Tremendous Physiological

  1. When you combine the wonderful effects of Calorad® with regular exercise, there are tremendous physiological and anatomical benefits. (Web site)

Important Physiological Roles

  1. As well as serving these structural and protective functions, bones play two important physiological roles. (Web site)

Important Physiological Role

  1. The present findings support the notion that PHEX also plays an important physiological role in adult rat bone. (Web site)

Physiological Saline

  1. The brain was quickly dissected, and rinsed in physiological saline. (Web site)

Physiological Differences

  1. Gender-based medicine studies the biological and physiological differences between the human sexes and how that affects differences in disease.
  2. Despite all their phylogenetic and physiological differences, the fact remains that oomycetes look a lot like filamentous fungi. (Web site)

Physiological Optics

  1. Galen gives us the beginnings of physiological optics. (Web site)

Physiological Psychologists

  1. Often, physiological psychologists examine the effects that they study in infrahuman subjects using surgical or invasive techniques and processes. (Web site)
  2. In the 1960s in particular, people were tired of the reductionistic, mechanistic messages of the behaviorists and physiological psychologists. (Web site)

Physiological Psychology

  1. Foundations of Physiological Psychology is ideal for the instructor who wants a briefer text with a balance of human and animal cases. (Web site)
  2. He received his B.A. from Rutgers, having completed the degree requirements for Biochemistry, Physiology, Physiological Psychology, and Psychology.

Physiological Actions

  1. Where appropriate, we discuss the biochemical and physiological actions of fluorides.
  2. Dr. Gerson hypothesized on the physiological actions and effects of coffee enemas and witnessed that his theory proved out as factual benefits. (Web site)
  3. This product is a potent ligand of the vitamin D receptor (VDR) which mediates most of the physiological actions of the vitamin. (Web site)

Physiological Substrate

  1. These results suggest that GTP is the physiological substrate and that the Trl1 kinase has a single NTP binding site of which the P-loop is a component. (Web site)

Physiological Stress

  1. Physiological stress, such as illness or trauma, or psychological stress, as in moodiness and anxiety, adversely effects the body.

Physiological Phenomenon

  1. This physiological phenomenon may be described thermodynamically in terms of changes in energy, entropy and free energy.

Physiological Ph Values

  1. Unlike atropine, glycopyrrolate is completely ionized at physiological pH values.
  2. The imidazole side chain of histidine allows it to function in both acid and base catalysis near physiological pH values.

Physiological Ecology

  1. Physiological Ecology (or ecophysiology) and Behavioral ecology examine adaptations of the individual to its environment.

Physiological Mechanism

  1. The clitoris is the anatomically homologous counterpart of the penis, and the physiological mechanism of its erection is similar.
  2. These centres may be regarded as a part of the physiological mechanism, but the brain acts as a whole in the psychic mechanism of speech and song. (Web site)
  3. Also, the physiological mechanism of the venom, the antivenom to counter it, and the symptoms are known, causing misdiagnosis to rarely occur. (Web site)

Physiological Mechanisms

  1. Many fungi thereby possess specialized mechanical and physiological mechanisms as well as spore-surface structures, such as hydrophobins, for spore ejection. (Web site)
  2. No effect: Physiological mechanisms in healthy people may allow exposure to mold at low and high levels. (Web site)

Physiological Studies

  1. Rapid ventricular pacing of dogs to heart failure: Biochemical and physiological studies.
  2. Initially designed as a tool for physiological studies of the brain, this technique shows promise as a means of alleviating depression. (Web site)

Physiological Functioning

  1. May be helpful to alleviate symptoms and increase physiological functioning.

Normal Physiological

  1. The aim of this review is to discuss hepcidin function in iron-homeostasis under normal physiological and pathophysiological conditions.
  2. Fibrin clot formation in response to tissue injury is the most clinically relevant event of hemostasis under normal physiological conditions. (Web site)
  3. Even the rate of methionine consumption under normal physiological conditions was unknown. (Web site)

Physiological Parameters

  1. Along with body temperature, blood pressure measurements are the most commonly measured physiological parameters. (Web site)
  2. However, alterations in these physiological parameters are generally found in only a subset of patients and frequently do not correlate with bowel symptoms. (Web site)
  3. Immunological, pathological and physiological parameters were measured to assess the impact of infection on immune deviation and airway function. (Web site)

Physiological Characteristics

  1. Therefore, Ant1 mutant mice have the biochemical, histological, metabolic and physiological characteristics of mitochondrial myopathy and cardiomyopathy.
  2. The different cortical areas in the occipitotemporal pathway share a number of physiological characteristics.
  3. Li JX, Hong Y, Chan KM. Tai chi: physiological characteristics and beneficial effects on health. (Web site)

Normal Physiological Functions

  1. Oxygen is essential for cell metabolism, and in turn, tissue oxygenation is essential for all normal physiological functions.

Normal Physiological Function

  1. In medicine and biology, a receptor antagonist is a substance that inhibits the normal physiological function of a receptor.

Physiological Response

  1. Vitamin C attenuates the physiological response to stress.
  2. The physiological response of the athlete is dependent primarily on the partial pressure of inhaled oxygen.

Physiological Responses

  1. Nutrients elicit multiple physiological responses that affect genome stability, imprinting, expression, and viability. (Web site)
  2. Based on the physiological responses to three levels of DDR, all subjects showed a marked increase in exercise intensity as they participated. (Web site)
  3. The results also provide the first example of the effectiveness of cluster analysis for physiological responses to salinity stress.

Physiological Basis

  1. But psychological factors notwithstanding, the symptoms are real and have a physiological basis.
  2. Galen, a Greek physician who lived in the 2nd century ad, echoed this belief in a physiological basis for mental disorders.

Physiological Significance

  1. Glycine cleavage system: reaction mechanism, physiological significance, and hyperglycinemia.
  2. Finally, an attempt is also made to study the physiological significance of some proteins thus identified from rice.
  3. Vitamin C is purely the L -enantiomer of ascorbate; the opposite D -enantiomer has no physiological significance.

Physiological State

  1. A blood test helps to determine the mineral content, physiological state, organ function, biochemical state, etc. (Web site)
  2. Serum serotonin levels of normal subjects in physiological state and stress conditions. (Web site)
  3. Andropause is a biochemical, physiological state, where androgens, the male hormones, decrease.

Pregnancy

  1. Always consider physiological causes: pregnancy, lactation, and menopause.

Physiological Changes

  1. Identifying the cause is influenced by the anatomical and physiological changes of pregnancy.
  2. Testosterone therapy reverses these structural, biochemical, and physiological changes. (Web site)
  3. Some of the physiological changes that occur with aging affect the way the body absorbs and uses nutrients.

Physiological Roles

  1. Taurine has a number of physiological roles. (Web site)

Physiological Role

  1. Physiological role Like other enzymes, the activity of F 1 F O ATP synthase is reversible. (Web site)
  2. This suggests that these 3 factors do not contribute to the physiological role of the intrinsic pathway of coagulation. (Web site)
  3. The physiological role for apoD within the brain is not known.

Dormancy

  1. We have constructed a conceptual model for the evolution of PY, and of PY+ physiological dormancy (PD), within Anacardiaceae. (Web site)
  2. Morphophysiological dormancy seeds with underdeveloped embryos, and in addition have physiological components to dormancy.

Physiological Dormancy

  1. Some plants like Peony species have multiple types of physiological dormancy, one affects radical growth while the other affects shoot growth.
  2. Seeds have both morphological and physiological dormancy. (Web site)
  3. Combinational dormancy In seeds with combinational dormancy the seed or fruit coat is impermeable to water and the embryo has physiological dormancy. (Web site)

Physiological Effect

  1. Furthermore, these results can assist in understanding the physiological effect of many opioid ligands acting through mu opioid receptors.
  2. Because when activated, SSR has both a psychological and physiological effect to the body which could affect ones perception of threat in a negative way.
  3. For relevant reviews about functions, physiological effect and pathophysiology, see: Joel Berger et al., Annu. (Web site)

Physiological Effects

  1. The physiological effects of a gas are due mainly to its partial pressure, no matter what the total pressure is. (Web site)
  2. Steroid hormones produce their physiological effects by binding to steroid hormone receptor proteins. (Web site)
  3. This talk covered interesting topics like the physical causes & physiological effects of barotrauma (injuries due to changes in ambient pressure).

Emotional

  1. Anxiety is a psychological and physiological state characterized by cognitive, somatic, emotional, and behavioral components.
  2. The physiological and emotional reaction to real danger (i.e.
  3. The bleeding episodes are worsened by physical, emotional, and physiological stresses as well as by other concomitant diseases.

Method

  1. The method is still less applicable to enzymes that reside under physiological conditions bound within membranes. (Web site)
  2. Click on the above for other options relating to this Method for maintaining physiological ph levels during intensive physical exercise patent application. (Web site)
  3. Thus, in a further aspect, the present invention provides a method for the inhibition of the interaction of RAGE with physiological ligands. (Web site)

Low

  1. Hypoxia is the physiological condition associated with breathing too low of a partial pressure of Oxygen.
  2. We have found that low, physiological doses of ET are sufficient to exert dramatic protection against stroke injury in young female rats (Fig. (Web site)
  3. Because the pK a of acetic acid is low, acetic acid is essentially entirely deprotonated at physiological pH (around pH=7.0). (Web site)

Cell

  1. We have investigated the effects of methylglyoxal and 3-deoxyglucosone at physiological concentrations on monocytic leukemia U937 cells and other cell lines. (Web site)
  2. The analysis of the left null space of the stoichiometric matrix allows us to define the achievable states of the cell and their physiological relevance. (Web site)
  3. Experiments using transfected cell lines demonstrate a physiological role for this competition in altering HFE trafficking patterns.

Expression

  1. Our data reveal that physiological levels of estradiol induce the reappearance of ER gene and protein expression on the ipsilateral side of injury (25). (Web site)
  2. Expression of dominant active-moesin inhibited cell rounding elicited by ExoS, indicating that moesin is a physiological target in cultured cells.
  3. Bacteria can sometimes carry genetic sequences that are not expressed, or perhaps the expression of the gene is repressed by physiological factors.

Factor

  1. The SNS and PNS often have opposing effects in the same organs or physiological systems, and the ANS is a major factor in homeostasis.

Shape

  1. It gives non-mineralized connective tissue its shape, its mechanical strength and its flexibility and performs important physiological functions. (Web site)

Whether

  1. It must drive the active part of the brush in an alternating movement, whether this is axial, arc-shaped (physiological), rotary or other. (Web site)
  2. Whether the protoplasm is in either of the three forms depends upon the physiological state of the cell.

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  1. Biochemical
  2. Morphological
  3. Pathological
  4. Psychological
  5. Behavioral

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