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life cy·cle

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Princeton's WordNet

  1. life cyclenoun

    a series of stages through which an organism passes between recurrences of a primary stage

  2. life cyclenoun

    the course of developmental changes in an organism from fertilized zygote to maturity when another zygote can be produced

Wiktionary

  1. life cyclenoun

    the course of stages through which an organism passes from fertilized zygote until maturity, reproduction, and death

  2. life cyclenoun

    the useful life of a product or system; the developmental history of an individual or group in society

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  1. Life Cycle

    Life Cycle is the first studio album by the progressive metal band Sieges Even. The album is known for being a speed metal album, which in their next album they embarked on a change in their sound.

Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms

  1. life cycle

    The total phases through which an item passes from the time it is initially developed until the time it is either consumed in use or disposed of as being excess to all known materiel requirements.

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Numerology

  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of Life Cycle in Chaldean Numerology is: 5

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of Life Cycle in Pythagorean Numerology is: 8

Examples of Life Cycle in a Sentence

  1. Philipp Heck:

    With this study, we have directly determined the lifetimes of stardust. We hope this will be picked up and studied so that people can use this as input for models of the whole galactic life cycle, it's so exciting to look at the history of our galaxy. Stardust is the oldest material to reach Earth, and from it, we can learn about our parent stars, the origin of the carbon in our bodies [ and ] the origin of the oxygen we breathe. With stardust, we can trace that material back to the time before the sun.

  2. Phillip Cleves:

    Corals are facing unprecedented declines due to climate change, motivating researchers to understand molecular basis of their thermal tolerance, how they complete their life cycle, and interactions with algae that live inside them, our ability to understand how specific genes contribute to these traits in corals is held back by the lack of methods to test how a particular gene functions in corals.

  3. Kaitlyn Loftus:

    The life cycle of clouds is really important when we think about planet habitability, but clouds and precipitation are really complicated and too complex to model completely. We're looking for simpler ways to understand how clouds evolve, and a first step is whether cloud droplets evaporate in the atmosphere or make it to the surface as rain.

  4. Peter Jay Hotez:

    [Tapeworms] have a normal life cycle, they can live for up to a few years and then they die.

  5. Amos Tai:

    Cherry blossoms catch the eye, people love to go see them, but lots of other plants are experiencing changes in their life cycle as well, and may have even stronger influence on the stability of their ecosystems.


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