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pulsation in Biology topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishpulsationpul‧sa‧tion /pʌlˈseɪʃən/ noun [countable, uncountable] technical  HBSHAKEa beat of the heart or any regular movement that can be measured the pulsations of the baby’s heart muscular pulsation
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pulsationIn time-lapse films the first signs are pulsations by the cells where the gut will form.The energetic flow circulates in harmony with the rhythm of its pulsation.It was the introduction of pulsation into their forms so that they appeared to swell and contract rhythmically.The absence of transition curves is disguised by the pulsation of positive and negative, convex and concave curvature.Often in people subject to violent pulsations, palpitations and congestions.