Stimuli applied generally, not unilaterally, in most cases induce increased divisibility of the cells of the part.
Among stimuli acting unilaterally, perhaps none has proved more interesting, in late times, than what is known as Chemiotaxis.
A stimulus may act on all sides and induce a general effect without direction of movement, but in the production of movement in a definite direction the stimulus must be applied unilaterally.
abrogatetly, the Russians are rejecting any such amendment, raising the prospect of the US unilaterally abrogating or withdrawing from the Treaty.
In the unilaterally explored group, all 19 patients had a solitary adenoma.
Unilaterally disarm farmer and rancher states along with if he does.
By it is meant the property an organism endowed with the power of movement has to move towards or away from a chemical stimulus applied unilaterally, or, at any rate, where it is applied in a more concentrated state on the one side than on the others, and more particularly where the concentration increases gradually in one direction away from the living organism acted upon.
Right now these resolutions are being unilaterally subverted by the Iraqi regime.
Though there are cut-and-dried instances when you should quickly and unilaterally give up on your existing product and iterate, other times will be more ambiguous or complicated.
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