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- specific outcome Mechanism of action, the means by which a drug exerts its biological effects Defence mechanism, unconscious mechanisms aimed at reducing...
- basis for other defence mechanisms. Healthy people normally use different defence mechanisms throughout life. A defence mechanism becomes pathological only...
- "mechanisms." Mechanisms are generally classified as gears and gear trains, which includes belt drives and chain drives, cam and follower mechanisms,...
- engineering, a mechanism is a device that transforms input forces and movement into a desired set of output forces and movement. Mechanisms generally consist...
- H. Chemical Kinetics and Reaction Mechanisms (2nd ed., McGraw-Hill, 2002) chap.6, Deduction of Reaction Mechanisms ISBN 0-07-288362-6 Bäckström, Hans...
- the ribs and lungs (pulmonic mechanisms), the glottis (glottalic mechanisms), and the tongue (lingual or "velaric" mechanisms). Though not used in any language...
- methodology for leg mechanisms. The artwork of Theo Jansen, see Jansen's linkage, has been particularly inspiring for the design of leg mechanisms, as well as...
- A Roberts mechanism is a mechanical linkage which converts a rotational motion to approximate straight-line motion. The linkage was developed by Richard...
- periodicities of all planets are mentioned in the manual of the mechanism. The exact position and mechanisms for the gears of the planets is not known. There is no...
- mechanisms are backpack latches and paper clips. One of the oldest examples of using compliant structures is the Bow and arrow. Compliant mechanisms are...