Amplification: Adding a species to a community increases the total abundance of hosts for a pathogen, increasing the disease risk to the target host.cf dilution
Amplification Classes: All sound is a sinosoidial waveform. It has alternating peaks and valleys. The center point of each wave is the zero, or switching point that separates the positive (top) from the negative ( . . . View Full Definition
Gene Amplification: Any process by which specific dna sequences are replicated disproportionately greater than their representation in the parent molecules: during development, some genes become amplified in sp . . . View Full Definition
Bi-Amplification: Some speaker systems with multiple drivers do not contain a crossover network, and they require a separate amplifier for each frequency range. The bi-amplified system still requires an activ . . . View Full Definition
Laser: A hard, accurate shot.
Acid Rock: Genre of American rock that emerged in the late 1960s, often associated with psychedelic drugs. Its style featured heavy amplification, instrumental improvisation, new sound technologies, an . . . View Full Definition
Acronym: (From Greek acron + onyma, 'tip or end of a name') A word formed from the initial letters in a phrase. For instance, many caucasians in America are called wasps. In this acronym, the letters . . . View Full Definition
Debt Limit: Amplification of the return earned on equity when an investment or firm is financed partially with borrowed money.
Dc Converter: Since 12 volts limits the amplitude of an audio signal, a group of components within an amplifier converts battery voltage (DC) into AC so that it can be increased by swetching devices and a . . . View Full Definition
Bi-Amping: Means that instead of driving a speaker full-range with a single channel of amplification through a single set of speaker cables, you actually connect two sets of cables, with each set carry . . . View Full Definition
Word of the Day:
Income Tax: Common stock with a high dividend yield and few profitable investment opportunities.