Life cycle or lifecycle may refer to:
- Biological life cycle
- Enterprise life cycle
- Life cycle assessment
- New product development
- Product lifecycle (disambiguation), various meanings
- Project life cycle
- Records Life Cycle, from creation to archiving or destruction
- Software release life cycle
- Systems Development Life Cycle
- Adobe LiveCycle
- SOA Lifecycle
- Object lifetime of an object in object-oriented programming
- Lifecycles: A Story of AIDS in Malawi, a 2003 Canadian film
- Life Cycles (album) by The Word Alive
Other articles related to "life cycle, life":
... The pet goes through several distinct stages of development throughout its life cycle ... Each stage lasts a set amount of time, depending on the model of the toy, and when it reaches a new stage, the toy plays a jingle, and the pet's appearance changes ...
... The fact that the bryophytes have a life cycle in common is thus an artefact of being the oldest extant lineages of land plant, and not the result of ... (See the phylogeny above.) The bryophyte life-cycle is strongly dominated by the haploid gametophyte generation ... parent gametophyte for its entire brief life ...
... Reproductive strategies vary greatly between Tachinid species, largely, but not always clearly, according to their respective life cycles ... This means that they tend to be generalists rather than specialists ...
... between APs for different kinds of industries and life cycle stages ... plants AP 236, Furniture product data and project data AP 239, Product life cycle support AP 241, Generic Model for Life Cycle Support of AEC Facilities (planned) AP 242, Managed model based 3d engineering ...
... other but they all have in common the fact of not sharing the same life cycle as human beings ... individuals, they do not have a phase of accumulation (active work life) followed by one of consumption (retirement), and they do not die ...
Famous quotes containing the words cycle and/or life:
“The Buddha, the Godhead, resides quite as comfortably in the circuits of a digital computer or the gears of a cycle transmission as he does at the top of a mountain or in the petals of a flower.”
—Robert M. Pirsig (b. 1928)
“Although this garrulity of advising is born with us, I confess that life is rather a subject of wonder, than of didactics. So much fate, so much irresistible dictation from temperament and unknown inspiration enter into it, that we doubt we can say anything out of our own experience whereby to help each other.”
—Ralph Waldo Emerson (18031882)