isometric

The form of projection similar to axonometric but the plan had its angles altered to create an illusion of perspective. The dimensions were retained to scale.

Isometric

Used to describe virus particles that are approximately spherical in shape.

isometric

[adj] - having equal dimensions or measurements 2. [adj] - (crystallography) of a crystal system characterized by three equal axes at right angles
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Isometric

Having equal dimensions. Used to describe exercises known as 'isometric exercises' which is the contraction and relaxation of muscles without producing movement
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Isometric

Having equal dimension.
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isometric

1. Of equal dimensions. ... 2. In physiology, denoting the condition when the ends of a contracting muscle are held fixed so that contraction produces increased tension at a constant overall length. ... Compare: auxotonic, isotonic, isovolumic. ... Origin: iso-+ G. Metron, measure ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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isometric

isometrical adjective having equal dimensions or measurements
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isometric

adjective of a crystal system characterized by three equal axes at right angles
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isometric

adjective of or involving muscular contraction in which tension increases while length remains constant
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isometric

adjective related by an isometry
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isometric

(i″so-metĀ“rik) maintaining, or pertaining to, the same length; of equal dimensions.
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Isometric

• (a.) Alt. of Isometrical
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isometric

isometric 1. Of the same measure; characterized by equality of measure. 2. Used to describe exercises in which muscles are put under tension but not allowed to contract. 3. In poetry, having the same number of metrical feet in each line.
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Isometric

Isometric refers to cubic. Three axis, all the same length and at right angles to each other.
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isometric

Type: Term Pronunciation: ī′sō-met′rik Definitions: 1. Of equal dimensions. 2. In physiology, denoting the condition when the ends of a contracting muscle are held fixed so that contraction produces increased tension at a constant overall length.
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Isometric

Muscle contraction in which the muscle tension increase, but without change in the muscle length.
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isometric

line connecting points of equal variations of pressure
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Isometric

The term isometric comes from the Greek for `having equal measurement`. isometric may mean: ...
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