Aggregation Technique: A technique used in model organism studies in which embryos at the 8-cell stage of development are pushed together to yield a single embryo (used as an alternative to microinjection).
Onsen Technique: Onsen is a Japanese word meaning at rest or at peace. It is a state of mind, but can also be a state of body. Developer Richard Phaigh translated it to mean balance, particularly length and . . . View Full Definition
Oxygen Technique (Primary Productivity): The estimation of primary productivity by the measurement of the rate of oxygen increase
Nominal Group Technique: A consensus planning tool used to identify the strengths of an organization, department or division, whereby participants are brought together to discuss important issues, problems and solutions.
Nambudripads Allergy Elimination Technique: This therapy involves light acupressure applied along both sides of the spinal column in an area where the energy flow of a meridian intersects with the nerve roots at acupressure points. It . . . View Full Definition
Myoskeletal Alignment Technique: A holistic approach to relief of back and neck pain based on concepts and principles from Rolfing, osteopathy, and related physical medicine. Focused on detecting and correcting strain patte . . . View Full Definition
Proper Technique: To get the most out of strength training and to reduce the chance of injury, use proper weight training techniques. These include working your muscles through their full range of motion (but . . . View Full Definition
Radiance Technique: This technique is a science of universal energy, taught in seminars by authorized instructors throughout the world. It is a seven-level technique, in which students learn a variety of ways t . . . View Full Definition
Weighted Average Technique: When reconciling appraisal approaches, the application of a weight to each approach for averaging.
Sterile Technique: A standard technique in which an aseptic area is established and maintained to a specific conclusion: e.g., the proper sterilization of instruments, drapes, gowns, gloves and surgical area: . . . View Full Definition