phasic

See adaptation.

phasic

phasic 1. Relating to a clearly distinguishable period or stage in a process, in the development of something, or in a sequence of events. 2. A reference to a period of time when a situation or particular pattern of behavior persists and is often annoying or worrying. 3. Characterized by one of the many parts or aspects of something: 'They wanted...
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phasic

Synonym for adaptation ... 1. <cell biology> The adjustment of an organism to its environment or the process by which it enhances such fitness. ... 2. <ophthalmology> The normal ability of the eye to adjust itself to variations in the intensity of light, the adjustment to such variations. ... 3. <neurology, physiology> The decline...
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