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(= triad junction) The junction between the T tubules and the sarcoplasmic reticulum in striated muscle.

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A three-note chord with intervals of thirds in root inversions
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(from the article `China`) A new form of social organization, based on sworn brotherhood, emerged among male sojourners in southeast China in the late 18th century. The Triad ...
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(from the article `Egyptian religion`) The most common grouping, principally in the New Kingdom and later, was the triad. The archetypal triad of Osiris, Isis, and Horus exhibits the ...
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(from the article `muscle`) In most vertebrates each transverse tubule has two cisternae closely associated with it, forming a three-element complex called a triad. The number ...
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(tri´ad) an element with a valence of three. a group of three similar bodies, or a complex composed of three items or units.
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• (n.) The common chord, consisting of a tone with its third and fifth, with or without the octave. • (n.) An element or radical whose valence is three. • (n.) A union of three; three objects treated as one; a ternary; a trinity; as, a triad of deities. • (n.) A chord of three notes.
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noun a set of three similar things considered as a unit
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[anatomy] In the histology of skeletal muscle, a triad is the structure formed by a T tubule with a sarcoplasmic reticulum (SR) known as the terminal cisterna on either side. Each skeletal muscle fiber has many thousands of triads, visible in muscle fibers that have been sectioned longitudinally. (This property holds because T tubules run p...
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[computers] In CRT or computer terminology, a triad is a group of three phosphor dots coloured red, green, and blue on the inside of the CRT display of a computer monitor or television set. By directing differing intensities of electron beams onto the three phosphor dots, the triad will display a colour by combining the red, green and blue ...
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[environmental science] The Triad is an approach by the United States Environmental Protection Agency to decision-making for hazardous-waste site cleanup. During the late 1990s, technology advocates from the environmental sector in the United States developed the approach by combining innovations in management and technology with ideas from...
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[fraternities] The term Triad is used to designate certain historic groupings of seminal college fraternities in North America. ==Union Triad== The Union Triad is a group of three early fraternities founded at Union College in Schenectady, New York: the Kappa Alpha Society (established 1825), Sigma Phi (1827) and the Delta Phi (1827). No fo...
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[music] In music, a triad is a set of three notes that can be stacked in thirds. The term `harmonic triad` was coined by Johannes Lippius in his `Synopsis musicae novae` (1612). When stacked in thirds, the triad`s members, from lowest pitched tone to highest, are called: Such chords are referred to as triadic. Some twentieth-century theoris...
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[sociology] In sociology a triad is a group of three people. It is one of the simplest human groups that can be studied and is mostly looked at by microsociology. The study of triads, as well as dyads, was pioneered by German sociologist Georg Simmel at the end of the nineteenth century. One common rule that has been widely observed is that...
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[underground society] Triad refers to the many branches of Chinese transnational organized crime organizations based in Hong Kong, Macau, Taiwan and also in countries with significant Chinese populations, such as the United States, Canada, Singapore, Philippines, Indonesia, Malaysia, Siam (now Thailand), the United Kingdom, Australia and Ne...
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1. Europe, North America, and Japan. 2. The EU, the U.S., and Japan.
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a cluster of three, as spikelets of Hordeum or Hilaria
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A collection of three ideas, concepts, or deities loosely connected--as opposed to a pure trinity in
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A color scheme based on three colors equally spaced from each other on the color wheel—for example, yellow, red, and blue.
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A common chord type consisting of three pitches built on alternate scale tones of a major or minor s
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A group of three elements whose chemical and physical properties aresomewhat related.
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a group of three rings, usually red, white (or yellow) and black, encircling (or nearly so) the body of a snake and repeating for the length of the body, usually Coral Snakes, milk snakes and mountain kingsnakes.
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a group of three; used to describe the 3-flowered umbels found in some Loranthaceae
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a group of three.
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a social group with three members
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