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electroporation in genetics, a method of introducing foreign DNA into a cell by means of an electric pulse that makes the cell membrane more permeable.
emotion a strong feeling or subjective response such as joy, hatred, or love, sometimes accompanied by involuntary physical changes such as increased pulse or by activity such as crying, laughing, or trembling. [1/3 definitions]
EMP abbreviation of "electromagnetic pulse."
Graves' disease a disorder characterized by excessive thyroid secretion that causes enlargement of the thyroid and higher basal metabolism and pulse rate.
heart rate the number of times the heart beats in one minute, esp. as a measure of how hard the heart is working during physical exercise or emotional stress; pulse.
radar beacon a device at a fixed location that emits radar waves, often only when activated by a specific radar pulse.
stroke a pulse or throb, as of the heart or a motor. [1/13 definitions]
syllable a segment of speech formed with a single uninterrupted pulse of air pressure, usu. consisting of a single vowel or diphthong with or without surrounding consonants. [1/3 definitions]
thready thin and weak, as a pulse or a sound, esp. of the voice. [1/3 definitions]
throb a single beat, pulse, or vibration. [1/4 definitions]
vital signs the signs that indicate the health of the body such as pulse, temperature, and rate of respiration.