activation

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  • However there are some studies that include increased activation in one side over the other.
  • However, there has been a significant amount of individual activations to support military operations.
  • After activation the division remained in the United States to complete its training.
  • This activation process can be done before or during the extraction into oil.
  • Activation of one or more of these pathways may happen gradually over weeks, even months.
  • However, there have been several individual activations to support military operations since 2001.
  • It also seems that people who are more creative are also more likely to show a similar pattern of brain activation.
  • A problem students run into while reading is called "activation."
  • There may be teacher-given target activations for some of the output units at certain time steps.
  • In the course of operations on the orbital complex the crew carried out the station activation.
  • However, there has been a significant amount of individual activations to support military operations since 2001.
  • Long-term active memory is acquired following infection by activation of B and T cells.
  • Activation energy may also be defined as the minimum energy required to start a chemical reaction.
  • A weapon with three activations can only be supercharged if it has not been used.
  • It works instead by lowering the required activation energy for the reaction to take place.
  • The second signal is then obsolete; only the first signal is necessary for future activation.
  • Despite their lack of formal activation, this block of numbers has never been re-allocated for use by other units.
  • E a is the activation energy and R is the gas constant.
  • For instance, consider the two signal model for T C cell activation.
  • It is difficult to see how such a system can operate without some mechanism to prevent explosive activation.
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Words starting with activation

Synonyms of activation

Meaning of activation

  • noun Stimulation of activity in an organism or chemical
  • noun Making active and effective (as a bomb)