Definition of Quiescence. Meaning of Quiescence. Synonyms of Quiescence

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Definition of Quiescence

Quiescence
Quiescence Qui*es"cence, Quiescency Qui*es"cen*cy, n. [L. quiescentia, fr. quiescens, p. pr.; cf. F. quiestence. See Quiesce.] The state or quality of being quiescent. ``Quiescence, bodily and mental.' --H. Spencer. Deeds will be done; -- while be boasts his quiescence. --R. Browning.

Meaning of Quiescence from wikipedia

- Quiescence (/kwiˈɛsəns/) is a state of quietness or inactivity. It may refer to: Quiescence search, in game tree searching (adversarial search) in artificial...
- Quiescence search is an algorithm typically used to extend search at unstable nodes in minimax game trees in game-playing computer programs. It is an extension...
- G1 phase before the cell commits to the next round of the cell cycle. Quiescence refers to a reversible G0 state where subpo****tions of cells reside in...
- Hematopoietic stem cells, like all adult stem cells, mostly exist in a state of quiescence, or reversible growth arrest. The altered metabolism of quiescent HCSs...
- defined as the recurrence of symptoms after a period of remission or quiescence, in which sense it can sometimes be synonymous with relapse. In a narrower...
- followed by quiescence. When a large object is thrown in the water again responds appropriately with a large splash followed by quiescence. The opposite...
- prior to the end of unfavourable conditions and is followed by a state of quiescence from which the insect can arouse and begin direct development, should...
- sensible from an initial quiescence or emptiness (wuji, sometimes symbolized by an empty circle), and continues moving until quiescence is reached again. For...
- organelles within many eukaryotic cells. Cilia and basal bodies form during quiescence or the G1 phase of the cell cycle. Before the cell enters G1 phase, i...
- once every 10–50 years. During the period of low X-ray emission (called quiescence), the accretion disk is extremely faint allowing detailed observation...
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