Translation for 'mimetic' from English to Russian
ADJ   mimetic | more mimetic | most mimetic
NOUN   mimetic | mimetics
миметический {adj}mimetic
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Translation for 'mimetic' from English to Russian

миметический {adj}
Usage Examples English
  • Linear, bilinear and trilinear interpolation are also considered mimetic, even if it is the field values that are conserved (not the integral of the field).
  • Until the present day several bio-mimetic compounds have been developed: Collman "et al."
  • Drama in Tagbanwa society is expressed in the mimetic dances imitating animals, such as busak-busak, and those showing occupations, such as batak ribid and bugsay-bugsay.
  • Females prefer males that produce more accurate mimicry and that have a greater diversity of mimetic songs in their repertoire.
  • This single supergene locus controls differences in a complex phenotype like wing coloration that can involve modifications of wing pattern, shape, and body color. Mimetic patterns have high fitness correlated to locally abundant wing patterns and low fitness when the offspring have recombinant, non-mimetic phenotypes.

  • "Intellectual Sacrifice and Other Mimetic Paradoxes" is a 2018 book about sacrifice by Paolo Diego Bubbio, in which the author examines Rene Girard’s mimetic theory.
  • It was determined that the palatable mimetic butterfly species had a significantly different flight pattern compared to the palatable non-mimetic.
  • In the medical field of immunology, nanoCLAMP (CLostridal Antibody Mimetic Proteins) affinity reagents are recombinant 15 kD antibody mimetic proteins selected for tight, selective and gently reversible binding to target molecules.
  • An SOD-mimetic agent, TEMPOL, is currently in clinical trials for radioprotection and to prevent radiation-induced dermatitis.
  • A shapeshifting prototypical Terminator composed of mimetic polyalloy.

  • It has been studied for its evolution of mimicry, and for the several stable hybrid wing patterns within this nominal species; it is one of the most dramatic examples of hybridization between non-mimetic and mimetic populations.
  • Girard's work focused on the sources of human violence in mimetic (unconsciously imitative) desire and the centrality of religion in the formation of culture through the management of violence (the single-victim mechanism or scapegoat effect), but the scope of the Colloquium on Violence & Religion's interest has expanded beyond violence to mimetic desire's positive potential and beyond religion to other disciplines.
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