Formed of crutch-shaped pieces; (esp. of a cross) having a straight bar across the end of each extremity
a cross potent
Of the fur called potent (as a tincture)
Fur resembling vair, but with the alternating pieces T-shaped
having great influence
having or wielding force or authority; "providing the ground soldier with increasingly potent weapons"
having a strong physiological or chemical effect; "a potent toxin"; "potent liquor"; "a potent cup of tea", "a stiff drink"
(of a male) capable of copulation
(potently) in a manner having a powerful influence; "Clytemnestra's ghost crying in the night for vengeance remained most potently in the audience's mind"
(potence) potency: the state of being potent; a male's capacity to have sexual intercourse
In the field of pharmacology, potency is a measure of drug activity expressed in terms of the amount required to produce an effect of given intensity. A highly potent drug (e.g. ...
(Potency (stem cell)) Stem cells are cells found in all multi cellular organisms. They are characterized by the ability to renew themselves through mitotic cell division and differentiate into a diverse range of specialized cell types. ...
Possessing strength; Being effective in small quantities; Having a sharp or offensive taste; able to procreate; very powerful or effective
(potence) power or strength; potency; A stud that acts as a support of a pivot in a watch or clock
(potency) Strength; Power; The ability or capacity to perform something
(Potence) A bracket or cock mounted between the clock plates. In a verge clock the potence is the bracket carrying the lower escape-wheel pivot.
(Potence) (Scots): Rotating ladder for access to nesting boxes in a doocot (dovecote).
(potency) the strength of a homeopathic remedy. Determined by how many times the remedy has been succussed and diluted during preparation. A number and a letter are associated with the remedy name to indicate which potency scale has been used. An example of the decimal scale would be Arnica 6x. ...
(Potency) A measure of strength.
(potency) The concentration of an
(Potency) A term borrowed from pharmacology describing the absolute amount (dose) of a substance to produce a specified ergogenic effect. This term is commonly confused with the terms efficacy and bioavailability. Potency is often overemphasized during marketing hype. ...
(Potency) How strong is the Acai berry product in question? Is it strong enough to make significant results when it comes to weight loss and the other Acai berry benefits?
(Potency) In alternative medicine, potency refers to the amount of dilution a substance has gone through. High potency means that a substance has been highly diluted.
(Potency) Power, force, strength. For example, the relationship between a drug’s effectiveness and the dose needed to achieve that effect.
(Potency) Refers to the flexibility of a stem or progenitor cell to form cells of different lineages. Unipotent cells can only form a single cell lineage; oligopotent cells can form two or more (but not all) lineages within a specific tissue (e.g. ...
(Potency) The extent to which a medicine (drug) contains the specified amount of the active ingredient.
(Potency) The range of commitment options available to a cell.
(Potency) Usually refers to the THC content.
(Potency) specifies the differentiation potential (the potential to differentiate into different cell types) of the stem cell. Image File history File links Download high-resolution version (1031x943, 169 KB) Other versions Image:StemCellsDia. ... ...