cyclic movement

cyclic movement
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циклическое движение

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  • Cyclic nucleotide-gated ion channel — Cyclic nucleotide gated (CNG) ion channels are ion channels that function in response to the binding of cyclic nucleotides. CNG channels are nonselective cation channels that are found in the membranes of various types of cells. Signal… …   Wikipedia

  • Cyclic form — is a technique of musical construction, involving multiple sections or movements, in which a theme, melody, or thematic material occurs in more than one movement as a unifying device. Sometimes a theme may occur at the beginning and end (for… …   Wikipedia

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  • Cyclic stress — in engineering refers to an internal distribution of forces (a stress) that changes over time in a repetitive fashion. As an example, consider one of the large wheels used to drive an aerial lift such as a ski lift. The wire cable wrapped around… …   Wikipedia

  • Cyclic Poets — is a shorthand term for the early Greek epic poets, approximate contemporaries of Homer. We know no more about these poets than we know about Homer, but modern scholars regard them as having composed orally, as did Homer. In the classical period …   Wikipedia

  • Cyclic mass — In Renaissance music, the cyclic mass was a setting of the Ordinary of the Roman Catholic Mass, in which each of the movements – Kyrie, Gloria, Credo, Sanctus, and Agnus Dei – shared a common musical theme, commonly a cantus firmus, thus making… …   Wikipedia

  • cyclic form — ▪ music       in music, any compositional form characterized by the repetition, in a later movement or part of the piece, of motives, themes, or whole sections from an earlier movement in order to unify structure. The need for such a device arose …   Universalium

  • cyclic-pitch control column — A control column in a helicopter similar to a conventional aircraft. It is operated by the pilot’s right hand. The pitch of each blade is altered consecutively from minimum to maximum and back to the minimum, as determined by the position of the… …   Aviation dictionary

  • ameboid movement — movement characteristic of amebae and leukocytes by extension of the plasma membrane to form a balloonlike pseudopodium that attaches to the substrate and into which the cytosol flows, moving the cell forward. Movement is accompanied by cyclic… …   Medical dictionary

  • Integral movement — This article is about the integral movement in philosophy and psychology. See Integral (disambiguation) for other uses. The integral movement (also called the integral paradigm, integral philosophy, the integral worldview, or the integral… …   Wikipedia

  • The Movement (literature) — This article is about a specific literary movement. For other literary movements, see List of literary movements. The Movement was a term coined by J. D. Scott, literary editor of The Spectator, in 1954 to describe a group of writers including… …   Wikipedia


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