Definition of Strains. Meaning of Strains. Synonyms of Strains

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Definition of Strains

Strain
Strain Strain, n. (Hort.) A cultural subvariety that is only slightly differentiated.
Strain
Strain Strain, n. [See Strene.] 1. Race; stock; generation; descent; family. He is of a noble strain. --Shak. With animals and plants a cross between different varieties, or between individuals of the same variety but of another strain, gives vigor and fertility to the offspring. --Darwin. 2. Hereditary character, quality, or disposition. Intemperance and lust breed diseases, which, propogated, spoil the strain of nation. --Tillotson. 3. Rank; a sort. The common strain.' --Dryden.
Strain
Strain Strain (str[=a]n), v. i. 1. To make violent efforts. Straining with too weak a wing.' --Pope. To build his fortune I will strain a little. --Shak. 2. To percolate; to be filtered; as, water straining through a sandy soil.

Meaning of Strains from wikipedia

- Strain or strain may refer to: Strain (biology), variants of plants, viruses or bacteria; or an inbred animal used for experimental purposes Strain (chemistry)...
- characterize strains based on their reported subjective effects. For example, WoahStork has used machine learning algorithms to cl****ify strains into six...
- scorns the truce between the six others and intends to eliminate their strains and subjugate the entire human race. By the time of his arrival in New...
- tensor. Hence strains are dimensionless and are usually expressed as a decimal fraction, a percentage or in parts-per notation. Strains measure how much...
- between the true and engineering stresses and strains will increase with plastic deformation. At low strains (such as elastic deformation), the differences...
- for strains to occur is in the foot, leg, or back. Acute strains are more closely ****ociated with recent mechanical trauma or injury. Chronic strains typically...
- cl****ified as E. coli strains, a phenomenon termed taxa in disguise. Similarly, other strains of E. coli (e.g. the K-12 strain commonly used in recombinant...
- microbiology where strains are derived from a single cell colony and are typically quarantined by the physical constraints of a Petri dish. Strains are also commonly...
- transgenic experiments. One of the key strengths of using inbred strains as a model is that strains are readily available for whatever study one is performing...
- dimensions. The strains ****ociated with length, i.e., the normal strain ε 33 {\displaystyle \varepsilon _{33}} and the shear strains ε 13 {\displaystyle...