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Englisch - Türkisch
(Biyokimya) azaltma
(Gıda) baskılama
(Nükleer Bilimler) engel olma
{i} ruhb. inhibisyon, inhibe etme
{i} menetme
etrafın tesiri ile hareketlerdeki çekingenlik
(Tıp) Herhangi bir olayın meydana gelmesine engel olma, inhibisyon, azaltıcı tesir yapma
{i} tutukluluk
{i} engelleme
{i} tutma
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) inhibe etme
inhibition or enhancement test
(Tıp) artırma testi
inhibition or enhancement test
(Tıp) inhibisyon
competitive inhibition
(Gıda) rekabetli inhibisyon
competitive inhibition
(Gıda) rekabetli baskılama
competitive inhibition
(Biyokimya) yarışmalı engelleme
feedback inhibition
(Biyokimya) son ürün denetimi
noncompetitive inhibition
(Gıda) yarışmasız engelleme
specific inhibition
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) özgül ketleme
contact inhibition
temas inhibisyonu
competive inhibition
(Gıda) yarişmali ınhibisyon
delayed inhibition
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) gecikmeli ketleme
enzyme inhibition
(Tıp) enzim inhibisyonu
lateral inhibition
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) yanal ketleme
proactive inhibition
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) ileriye etkili engelleme
reactive inhibition
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) tepkisel ketleme
reciprocal inhibition
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) karşılıklı ketleme
recurrent inhibition
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) tekrarlanan ketleme
reflex inhibition
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) refleks ketleme
sprout inhibition
(Nükleer Bilimler) çimlenmenin engellenmesi
uncompetitive inhibition
(Gıda) rekabetsiz engelleme
uncompetitive inhibition
(Biyokimya) yarışma dışı engelleme
uncompetitive inhibition
(Gıda) rekabetsiz inhibisyon
Englisch - Englisch
something that inhibits
the state of being inhibited
the act of inhibiting
Prevention / blocking
{i} holding back, restraint; repression of a psychological process; stopping or checking of the function of a bodily organ; writ sent from a higher court to a lower court halting legal proceedings
Latin inhibitus = restrained, hence, reduction of the excitability of a synapse
A stopping or checking of an already present action; a restraining of the function of an organ, or an agent, as a digestive fluid or ferment, etc
Electronic procedure for fine tuning a quartz watch without modifying the specific frequency of the quartz, periodically (every 60 seconds) adapts the moment of electrical impulse to the motor, correcting the display
An order against the Defender preventing him disposing of heritable property in his name
Process of decreasing the probability that a neuron will be electrochemically excited
Inhibitions are feelings of fear or embarrassment that make it difficult for you to behave naturally. The whole point about dancing is to stop thinking and lose all your inhibitions. In enzymology, a phenomenon in which a compound (an inhibitor), usually similar in structure to the substance on which an enzyme acts (substrate), interacts with the enzyme so that the resulting complex cannot undergo the usual reaction or cannot form the usual product. The inhibitor may function by combining with the enzyme at the site at which the reaction usually occurs (competitive inhibition) or at another site (noncompetitive inhibition). See also allosteric control, feedback inhibition, repression. In psychology, the conscious or unconscious suppression of free or spontaneous thought or behaviour through the operation of psychological impediments, including internalized social controls. Inhibition serves useful social functions such as protecting oneself and others from harm and enabling the delay of gratification from pleasurable activities. Both extreme lack of inhibition and excessive inhibition can be personally destructive. Inhibition also plays an important role in learning, since an organism must learn to restrain certain instinctual behaviours or previously learned patterns in order to master new patterns. In physiological psychology, inhibition refers to the suppression of neural electrical activity
One of the responses caused by specific neurotransmitters binding to receptors on a neuron Inhibition decreases the probability that neurotransmitters will be released by the neuron
The attempt by one neuron to diminish the chances of firing by another neuron
a writ issuing from a higher ecclesiastical court to an inferior one, on appeal
the action of prohibiting or inhibiting or forbidding (or an instance thereof); "they were restrained by a prohibition in their charter"; "a medical inhibition of alcoholic beverages"; "he ignored his parents' forbiddance"
as, the inhibition of the respiratory center by the pneumogastric nerve; the inhibition of reflexes, etc
The prevention or reduction of the functioning of an organ, muscle etc by the action of certain nerve impulses
Prevention of growth or function
A writ from a higher court forbidding an inferior judge from further proceedings in a cause before; esp
the process whereby a polymer is made flame-retardant by interrupting the cycle of combustion
A neural process that reduces the conductivity of certain synapses so that some impulses are blocked Inhibition performs an important function by reducing excess neural activity Unlike in other fields of psychology, the neurologic term "inhibition" does not have a negative connotation
Pavlov's idea that presentation of the CS without the UCS activates a central inhibitory state that suppresses the CR
(psychology) the conscious exclusion of unacceptable thoughts or desires
The act of inhibiting, or the state of being inhibited; restraint; prohibition; embargo
(psychology) the conscious exclusion of unacceptable thoughts or desires the quality of being inhibited (physiology) the process whereby nerves can retard or prevent the functioning of an organ or part; "the inhibition of the heart by the vagus nerve
The tendency of early successional species to resist the invasion of later species
A response suppression caused by factors such as fatigue and extinction (Anderson)
the quality of being inhibited
Restraint or control exercised over an impulse, drive, or response tendency
a writ under the signet prohibiting a debtor from parting with his heritage, or burdening it
(physiology) the process whereby nerves can retard or prevent the functioning of an organ or part; "the inhibition of the heart by the vagus nerve"
contact inhibition
Inhibition of cell division in normal (noncancerous) cells when they contact a neighboring cell
mixed inhibition
When components of different inhibition types (competitive, non-competitive, uncompetitive) occur at the same time
{n} a prohibition, restraint, embargo
latent inhibition
Latent inhibition is a process by which exposure to a stimulus, of little or no consequence, prevents conditioned associations with that stimulus being formed. The ability to disregard or even inhibit formation of memory, by preventing associative learning of observed stimuli, is an automatic response and is thought to prevent information overload. Latent inhibition is observed in many species, and is believed to be an integral part of the observation/learning process, to allow the 'self' to interact successfully in a social environment
contact inhibition
The cessation of cellular growth and division due to physical contact with other cells
feedback inhibition
A cellular control mechanism in which an enzyme that catalyzes the production of a particular substance in the cell is inhibited when that substance has accumulated to a certain level, thereby balancing the amount provided with the amount needed. Suppression of the activity of an enzyme by a product of the sequence of reactions in which the enzyme is participating. When the product accumulates in a cell beyond an optimal amount, it decreases its own production by inhibiting an enzyme involved in its synthesis. After the product has been used or broken down, inhibition is relaxed and formation of the product resumes. Enzymes whose ability to catalyze a reaction depends on molecules other than the substances on which they act directly are said to be under allosteric control
reciprocal inhibition
a method of behavior therapy based on the inhibition of one response by the occurrence of another response that is mutually incompatible with it; a relaxation response might be conditioned to a stimulus that previously evoked anxiety