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":
... This breaks the biological life cycle of the insect preventing recurring infestation ... controlling target pests through direct toxicity, methoprene interferes with an insect’s life cycle and prevents it from reaching maturity or reproducing." Methoprene is used ... the hypothesis that methoprene interferes with the life cycle of lobsters before a conclusive position can be reached on the effects of methoprene on the lobster fishery ...
... To properly assess the health hazards of engineered nanoparticles the whole life cycle of these particles needs to be evaluated, including their fabrication, storage and distribution ... The impact on humans or the environment may vary at different stages of the life cycle ... that fall under extended producer responsibility regimes such as end-of-life regulations publish procedures outlining how these materials will be managed to minimize possible ...
... Various life cycle analysis (LCA) studies have led to a large range of estimates ... published in the Journal of Industrial Ecology analyzing CO2 life cycle assessment emissions from nuclear power determined that ... The collective LCA literature indicates that life cycle GHG emissions from nuclear power are only a fraction of traditional fossil sources and comparable to renewable technologies." It went on ...
Famous quotes containing the words cycle and/or life:
“The lifelong process of caregiving, is the ultimate link between caregivers of all ages. You and I are not just in a phase we will outgrow. This is lifebirth, death, and everything in between.... The care continuum is the cycle of life turning full circle in each of our lives. And what we learn when we spoon-feed our babies will echo in our ears as we feed our parents. The point is not to be done. The point is to be ready to do again.”
—Paula C. Lowe (20th century)
“Thus was my first years life in the woods completed; and the second year was similar to it. I finally left Walden September 6th, 1847.”
—Henry David Thoreau (18171862)