Translation of plasma in Spanish:

plasma

plasma, n.

Pronunciation /ˈplæzmə//ˈplazmə/

noun

Physiology Physics

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    plasma masculine
    • Additionally, interstitial fluid and blood plasma contain some non-electrolytes such as glucose.
    • As plasma is a mixture of positive and negative particles, magnetic fields may be used to contain it and prevent the particles hitting the wall of the containing vacuum vessel.
    • The use of smaller VTS in humans leads to reduced concentrations of polymorphonuclear cells and cytokines in both plasma and bronchoalveolar lavage fluid.
    • If the drug concentrations in plasma or other body fluids decrease mono-exponentially in time, absorption is apparently absent or very fast.
    • After the gas reaches a certain temperature it becomes plasma.
    • The HIV bDNA assays can be used for the detection and quantification of HIV virions in plasma, serum, blood cells, or tissue.
    • ‘That gives higher temperatures and plasma densities even than H-mode,’ he says.
    • Dehp migrates into a variety of fluids including blood, plasma, and total parenteral and enterai nutrition solutions.
    • Venus Express will be positioned to map the background magnetic field in the region, to track how the solar plasma interacts with the atmosphere.
    • The difference is that those field lines are enmeshed within the electrically charged, superheated plasma that comprises the body of the Sun.
    • Research on nuclear fusion in the 1940s shifted the focus of plasma research from the stars to laboratories on Earth.
    • The Stevens plasma reactor is more energy efficient than conventional devices and does not require a carrier gas to remain stable at atmospheric pressure.
    • Warp reactors both show good plasma flow, and are building up neutrons now.
    • They used energetic particles in a plasma to knock, or sputter, carbon atoms from a graphite surface, forming a carbon vapor.
    • In addition to hydrostatic pressure, GFR is influenced by glomerular plasma osmotic pressure.
    • Cortisol levels can be determined from plasma, urine, and saliva samples.
    • Globally, the cytokine profile showed a parallel time course in plasma and lymph.
    • The team grew the nano-needles by saturating droplets of molten gold with zinc oxide plasma.
    • This creates an electrically charged, superheated plasma of iron atoms that bonds to the surface as a new substance.
    • In fact, the whole magnetosphere becomes a hotter place as the energy of the CME increases plasma temperatures.
    • It is composed of: red corpuscles, white cells, platelets, and blood plasma.
    • Furthermore, urea readily diffuses between the plasma and airway fluid.
    • Lysed erythrocytes, blood plasma, and damaged lung tissue were discussed as possible sources for the cholesterol and its esters.
    • If plasma at that temperature so much as touched anything, it would go out like a light.
    • It is the understanding of these expansion dynamics that is exciting, because it may be that ultracold plasmas cross over to the regime of strongly coupled plasma physics.
    • This expansion of the atmosphere significantly increases the number of microscopic collisions between the satellite and the gases and plasma of the upper atmosphere.
    • For example, in discussing ionized plasma boundary layer control, a certain paper by engineers at Northrop is mentioned.
    • One of the two key findings of the study was a consistent gradient of cytokine concentration, with the highest levels found in ascitic fluid followed by lymph and then plasma.
    • Parts are placed in a quartz glass container that is used to contain the plasma at atmospheric pressure once the container has been purged of air through the introduction of argon.
    • During plasma exchange treatment, the patient's blood is removed and the blood cells are mechanically separated from the fluid plasma.
    • To produce useful amounts of energy from fusion on earth, scientists must produce a plasma with the required temperature, density, and heat retention.
    • These cells travel through the circulatory system suspended in a yellowish fluid called plasma (pronounced: plaz muh).
    • The device works by creating an electrical charge through a stream of ionized gas, or plasma.
    • To answer this question, they first compared the levels of thrombin-activatable fibrinolysis inhibitor in bronchoalveolar fluid and in plasma.
    • For gas tungsten arc and plasma arc the filler metals are not used and the edges are fused.
    • Blood is made up of plasma, red blood cells, white blood cells and platelets.
    • Despite inhibition of viral replication in plasma, lymph nodes, and at other sites, reservoirs of HIV infection in latently infected resting T lymphocytes remain.
    • Magnetic reconnection should produce telltale jets of moving plasma at high temperature that we hope to detect with EIS.
    • Depending on a plasma's temperature and its mix of atoms, some free electrons will recombine with needy atoms and cascade down the myriad energy levels within.
    • The photons can break apart, or ionize, molecules and atoms of the atmosphere into protons and electrons, producing plasma.
    • Due to its lower flame temperature and particle velocity compared with plasma spraying, flame spraying produces a less dense coating having lower adhesion strength.
    • It is comprised of a network of ducts, called lymph vessels or lymphatics, and carries lymph, a clear, watery fluid that resembles the plasma of blood.
    • Newer methods of sterilization include alternatives to ethylene oxide, such as low temperature hydrogen peroxide gas plasma and peracetic acid.
    • This results in a plasma of free protons and electrons.
    • However, shielded metal arc welding, plasma arc, and electron beam welding processes can be used.
    • The tattoo is again sprayed and cleaned and pressure is applied using a disposable towel to remove any blood and plasma excreted during the tattooing process.
    • Instead, blood is often separated into its three main components; red blood cells, plasma, and platelets.
    • The rest of the space is taken up by plasma, white blood cells, platelets, clotting factors and other miscellaneous molecules.