fixation

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Englisch - Türkisch
{i} düşkünlük
{i} bağımlılık
katılaştırma
(Biyokimya) tutma
(Gıda,Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) sabitleme
tutturma
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) takıntı
bağlama
aşırı düşkünlük
(Biyokimya) saptama
(Gıda,Tıp,Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) fiksasyon
takma
aşırı bağlılık
yerleştirme
oturtma
saplanma
saplantı
güçlü ve sağlıksız tutku
tesbit
(Tıp) Mikroskopik muayene için ince kesit almayı kolaylaştırmak üzere dokunun parafin v.b. madde içinde tesbit edilmesi, anatomopatolojik muayene için organ veya oluşumunun ilaçlı eriyiğe konulması
(Tıp) Belli bir şeyin zihni devamlı meşgul etmesi, sabit fikir; 7.Gaz halindeki bir maddenin kimyasal reaksiyonlar sonucu, diğer maddelerle birleşerek katı hale dönüşmesi
(Tıp) Görüntünün retina'da sarı leke üzerine düşmesini temin edecek şekilde her iki gözün obje üzerinde odaklanması
(Diş Hekimliği) sert, bükülmez bir şekilde tutundurma, sabitleştirme işlemi
(Tıp) Kan serumunda bulunan komplement'in antikor, antijen kompleksi ile birleşmesi
(Tıp) Kişide anne veya babaya aşırı düşkünlük sebebiyle psikoseksüel gelişimin duraksaması, cinsel ilginin bir başka kimseye yönelememesi
tespit/saplantı
{i} katılaşma
{i} tespit
(Tıp) 1.Sabit ve oynamaz hale getirme, tesbit etme, özellikle yerinden kaymış veya ayrılmış bir organı ameliyat veya diğer bir yolla eski yerine tesbit etme
(Tekstil) fiksaj, tespit Açıklama: Fiksaj; tekstilde yünlü materyallerin biçimlendirilmesi için yapılan bir bitim işlemidir
{i} sabitleşme
fiksaj
fixation machine
fiksaj makinesi
fixation machine
tespit makinesi
fixation point
tespit noktası
fixation machine
(Tekstil) fıksaj makinesi
fixation plate
tespit plakası
nitrogen fixation
azot bağlanması
complement fixation test
komplement fiksasyon testi
fixations
fiksasyon
oral fixation
Sigara, kurdan gibi şeylerin sürekli ağıza götürelerek oluşturduğu alışkanlık
anal fixation
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) anal takıntı
anxiety fixation
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) kaygı takıntısı
complement fixation
(Denizbilim) tümleç bağlama
complement fixation
(Biyokimya) tümleçli bağlama
complement fixation
(Tıp) kompleman fiksasyonu
nitrogen fixation
(Kimya) azot tesbiti
orthopedic fixation devices
(Tıp) ortopedik fiksasyon araçları
visual fixation
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) görsel sabitleme
Englisch - Englisch
In metals, a state of resistance to evaporation or volatilization by heat
A state of mind, involving obsession with a particular person, idea or thing
The act of uniting chemically with a solid substance or in a solid form; reduction to a non-volatile condition; -- said of gaseous elements
The act or process of ceasing to be fluid and becoming firm
The act of fixing, or the state of being fixed or fixated
{n} steadiness, abode, confinement
an abnormal state in which development has stopped prematurely
The extremely critical ability to point the eyes at an object and to voluntarily keep them on the target Without good fixation ability, a child can become easily distracted and has difficulty concentrating Words can also appear to move on the page causing near visual distortion
The process of setting a price of a commodity whether it be in the present or the future See: Gold fixing
The process of setting a price of a commodity, whether in the present or the future See: Gold fixing
A state of resistance to evaporation or volatilization by heat; said of metals
an unhealthy and compulsive preoccupation with something or someone
The act or an instance of focusing the eyes on an object
The process of fixing a tissue Fixation kills the tissue, as well as any bacteria present, and coagulates (cross-links) proteins
In Freud's psychoanalytic theory, arrested development through failure to pass beyond one of the earlier stages of psychosexual development or to change the objects of attachment (such as fixation at the oral stage or fixation on the mother)
Process producing the permanent attachment of dye or colorant to fiber to insure fastness (i e steam setting, heat setting, batch setting, air curing)
The ability to direct and maintain steady, immediate visual attention on a target Fixations are actually a form of pursuits Accurate fixations are very important in reading SEE: SACCADES
In negatives and prints alike, the conversion of unused silver halides to a soluble silver so that the image remains stable and unalterable when exposed to light Also known as "fixing "
The immobilization of the parts of a fractured bone
The act of fixing, or the state of being fixed
Immobilization of the facial bones after a surgical procedure by means of wires, screws, plates, elastics, or splints until the healing process is complete
If you accuse a person of having a fixation on something or someone, you mean they think about a particular subject or person to an extreme and excessive degree. The country's fixation on the war may delay a serious examination of domestic needs
(histology) the preservation and hardening of a tissue sample to retain as nearly as possible the same relations they had in the living body
(histology) the preservation and hardening of a tissue sample to retain as nearly as possible the same relations they had in the living body the activity of fastening something firmly in position
An event that occurs when all the alleles at a locus except one are eliminated from a population The remaining allele, now occurring with a frequency of 100%, is said to have been fixed (FAO org)
The act of uniting chemically with a solid substance or in a solid form; reduction to a non-volatile condition; said of gaseous elements
The process by which available plant nutrients are rendered less available or unavailable in the soil Not to be confused with dinitrogen fixation
loss of all alleles of a gene but one
Pointing the eyes; aligning the fovea (most sensitive spot for sight in the eye) with the object being viewed
{i} act of fixating; stabilizing; focusing on; fixing in place; arrest of emotional development; obsession
the activity of fastening something firmly in position
carbon fixation
any process, such as photosynthesis, whereby atmospheric carbon dioxide is converted into organic compounds
nitrogen fixation
the conversion of atmospheric nitrogen into ammonia and organic derivatives, by natural means, especially such conversion, by microorganisms in the soil, into a form that can be assimilated by plants
complement fixation
an immune response in which an antigen-antibody combination inactivates a complement (so it is unavailable to participate in a second antigen-antibody combination)
complement fixation
The binding of active serum complement to an antigen-antibody pair. It is the basis for various diagnostic tests to detect the presence of a specific antigen or antibody
complement fixation test
a blood test in which a sample of serum is exposed to a particular antigen and complement in order to determine whether or not antibodies to that particular antigen are present; used as a diagnostic test
fixations
plural of fixation
nitrogen fixation
the assimilation of atmospheric nitrogen by soil bacteria and its release for plant use on the death of the bacteria
nitrogen fixation
Any natural or industrial process that causes free nitrogen in the air to combine chemically with other elements to form more reactive nitrogen compounds such as ammonia, nitrates, or nitrites. Soil microorganisms (e.g., Rhizobium bacteria living in root nodules of legumes) are responsible for more than 90% of all nitrogen fixation. Though nitrogen is part of all proteins and essential in both plant and animal metabolism, plants and animals cannot use elemental nitrogen such as the nitrogen gas (N2) that forms 80% of the atmosphere. Symbiotic nitrogen-fixing bacteria invade the root hairs of host plants, where they multiply and stimulate the formation of root nodules, enlargements of plant cells and bacteria in close association. Within the nodules the bacteria convert free nitrogen to nitrates, which the host plant uses for its development. Nitrogen fixation by bacteria associated with legumes is of prime importance in agriculture. Before the use of synthetic fertilizers in the industrial countries, usable nitrogen was supplied as manure and by crop rotation that included a legume crop
fixation
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