inclusión

  • 41inclusion — in clu·sion || ɪn kluːʒn n. act of including, state of being included, incorporation; (Medicine) process by which a heterogeneous structure is accidentally placed in another tissue …

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  • 42inclusion — noun 1》 the action or state of including or of being included.     ↘a person or thing that is included. 2》 chiefly Geology a body or particle of distinct composition embedded in a rock or other material. Derivatives inclusionary adjective …

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  • 43inclusion — in·clu·sion …

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  • 44inclusion — [ɪnˈkluːʒ(ə)n] noun 1) [U] the action of including someone or something Ant: exclusion 2) [C] someone or something that is added or included …

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  • 45inclusion — in•clu•sion [[t]ɪnˈklu ʒən[/t]] n. 1) the act of including or the state of being included 2) something that is included 3) bio a foreign body or inert structure within a cell 4) mir a solid, liquid, or gaseous body enclosed within a mineral or… …

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  • 46inclusion — /ɪnˈkluʒən/ (say in kloohzhuhn) noun 1. the act of including. 2. the state of being included. 3. a. that which is included. b. (plural) the carpets, curtains, furnishings, etc., which may be sold with a house: a residence with quality inclusions …

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  • 47Inclusion body myositis — Classification and external resources ICD 10 M60.8 [1] ICD 9 …

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  • 48Inclusion (education) — Inclusion in the context of education is a term that refers to the practice of educating students with special needs in regular classes for all or nearly all of the day instead of in special education classes. [ [http://encarta.msn.com/dictionary …

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  • 49Inclusión (pedagogía) — La inclusión es un concepto teórico de la pedagogía que hace referencia al modo en que la escuela debe dar respuesta a la diversidad. Es un término que surge en los años 90 y pretende sustituir al de integración, hasta ese momento el dominante en …

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  • 50Inclusion body — Inclusion bodies are nuclear or cytoplasmic aggregates of stainable substances, usually proteins. They typically represent sites of viral multiplication in a bacterium or a eukaryotic cell and usually consist of viral capsid proteins. Inclusion… …

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  • 51Inclusion bodies — are nuclear or cytoplasmic aggregates of stainable substances, usually proteins. They typically represent sites of viral multiplication in a bacterium or a eukaryotic cell and usually consist of viral capsid proteins.CompositionProtein inclusion… …

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  • 52Inclusión digital genuina — (Maggio, 2005)[1] es una expresión que hace referencia a la forma en que los docentes incorporan las Tecnologías de la información y la comunicación en sus clases. Los docentes que son expertos en los temas que enseñan, ya sea como profesionales… …

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  • 53Inclusion Sociale — Le concept d inclusion sociale a été utilisé par Niklas Luhmann pour caractériser les rapports entre individus et systèmes sociaux. Il a réservé le terme d intégration aux rapports entre systèmes. Liens externes Politique canadienne d inclusion… …

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  • 54inclusión celular — f. citol. Sustancia extraña que se encuentra en el citoplasma celular. Medical Dictionary. 2011. inclusión celular …

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  • 55Inclusion stricte — ● Inclusion stricte inclusion d un ensemble dans un autre, qui exclut l égalité de ces deux ensembles …

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  • 56inclusion blennorrhea — n INCLUSION CONJUNCTIVITIS …

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  • 57inclusion body — n an inclusion, abnormal structure, or foreign cell within a cell specif an intracellular body that is characteristic of some virus diseases and that is the site of virus multiplication …

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  • 58inclusion conjunctivitis — n an infectious disease esp. of newborn infants characterized by acute conjunctivitis and the presence of large inclusion bodies and caused by a chlamydia (C. trachomatis) * * * a sexually transmitted disease caused by Chlamydia trachomatis. It… …

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  • 59inclusion disease — n CYTOMEGALIC INCLUSION DISEASE * * * any disease in which cell inclusions are found …

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  • 60Inclusion Hill — (coord|77|15|S|166|25|E|) is a prominent steeply concial hill, 335 m, between McDonald Beach and the Mount Bird icecap on Ross Island. It is a trachyte plug, in parts containing numerous inclusions of basalt. Explored and descriptively named by… …

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