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physiology Saltos de línea: physi|ology
Pronunciación: /ˌfɪzɪˈɒlədʒi/

Definición de physiology en inglés:

sustantivo

[mass noun]
1The branch of biology that deals with the normal functions of living organisms and their parts.
Oraciones de ejemplo
  • I have taken many classes dealing with physiology and biology, and there's no way that animals are that similar to us.
  • The basic human sciences involved are anatomy, physiology, and psychology.
  • Now sports science has lots of branches to it these days, from physiology to biomechanics, dietetics to psychology.
1.1The way in which a living organism or bodily part functions: the physiology of the brain
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Of course we need to be respectful of the biology and physiology of illness.
  • Variables in the model were age, end stage disease, length of stay in unit, cardiothoracic surgery, and physiology.
  • Most of them follow the medical model, that is, they deal with the actual physiology of making vocal sound.

Origen

Early 17th century: from Latin physiologia (perhaps via French), from Greek phusiologia 'natural philosophy' (see physio-, -logy).

Derivados

physiologic

1
adjetivo
Oraciones de ejemplo
  • This is due to the physiologic changes that occur with aging, in which the heart's conduction system becomes disordered.
  • Their small size also makes physiologic assessment more difficult, although much progress has been made in this regard.
  • Seizures at the scene of the traumatic event or in the emergency department can be related to physiologic or structural brain injury.

physiological

2
adjetivo
Oraciones de ejemplo
  • I'm thinking maybe my problems are physiological rather than psychological.
  • I found the experience interesting as a psychological as well as a physiological test.
  • It's just a physiological difference, not a vital part of their identity.

physiologically

3
Pronunciación: /ˌfɪzɪəˈlɒdʒɪkli/
adverbio
Oraciones de ejemplo
  • If a person who is physiologically inclined to be fat loses weight, this does not transform that person into someone who is physiologically inclined to be thin.
  • A mango should be harvested in a physiologically mature but unripe state, 15-16 weeks after setting.
  • Women and particularly younger adolescents are physiologically and anatomically particularly vulnerable to infection.

physiologist

4
Pronunciación: /ˌfɪzɪˈɒlədʒɪst/
sustantivo
Oraciones de ejemplo
  • And, of course, there were the doom-mongers: our physiologists considered that even with oxygen, we might just drop dead after 29,000 ft, as no one had ever been that far.
  • Increasingly Harcourt is using high technology to deliver the information to a new range of clients, pioneering websites for cardiologists, immunologists, physiologists and other medical experts.
  • When you do come down with a cold, use the ‘neck rule,’ recommended by many sports physiologists to determine whether or not it's OK to exert yourself.

Palabras que riman con physiology

anthropology, apology, archaeology (US archeology), astrology, biology, campanology, cardiology, chronology, climatology, cosmology, craniology, criminology, dermatology, ecology, embryology, entomology, epidemiology, etymology, geology, gynaecology (US gynecology), haematology (US hematology), hagiology, horology, hydrology, iconology, ideology, immunology, iridology, kidology, meteorology, methodology, musicology, mythology, necrology, neurology, numerology, oncology, ontology, ophthalmology, ornithology, parasitology, pathology, pharmacology, phraseology, phrenology, psychology, radiology, reflexology, scatology, Scientology, seismology, semiology, sociology, symbology, tautology, technology, terminology, theology, topology, toxicology, urology, zoology • eulogy • energy • synergy • apogee • liturgy • lethargy

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