Resistance

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Triclosan - Resistance Concerns
... while the laboratory method used by Levy was not effective in predicting bacterial resistance for biocides like triclosan, triclosan does reduce species diversity, kills off efficient TCS degrader ... that triclosan is not significantly associated with bacterial resistance over the short term, including one study coauthored by Levy ... However, the major concern over resistant strains is not that they will alter resistance profiles over the short term ...
Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene - Properties
... The most important mechanical properties of ABS are impact resistance and toughness ... A variety of modifications can be made to improve impact resistance, toughness, and heat resistance ... The impact resistance can be amplified by increasing the proportions of polybutadiene in relation to styrene and also acrylonitrile, although this causes changes in other properties ...
Resistance - Other
... La RĂ©sistance (professional wrestling) Resistance welding, a group of welding processes Psychological resistance, the forces tha counteract progress in psychoanalysis and ...
Nonresistance
... Nonresistance (or non-resistance) is generally defined as "the practice or principle of not resisting authority, even when it is unjustly exercised" ... At its core is discouragement of, even opposition to, physical resistance to an enemy ... Sometimes non-resistance has been seen as compatible with, even part of, movements advocating social change ...
Valkenburg Resistance - After The War
... Members of the Valkenburg resistance agreed to keep their activities a secret after the war, so as not to brag ... So he concluded there had been no resistance there ... to talk was someone who had been on a death list of the resistance, but ultimately not executed ...

Famous quotes containing the word resistance:

    It is not the first duty of the novelist to provide blueprints for insurrection, or uplifting tales of successful resistance for the benefit of the opposition. The naming of what is there is what is important.
    Ian McEwan (b. 1938)

    ... resistance to tyranny is man’s highest ideal.
    Emma Goldman (1869–1940)

    Growing older, I have lost the need to be political, which means, in this country, the need to be left. I am driven into grudging toleration of the Conservative Party because it is the party of non-politics, of resistance to politics.
    Kingsley Amis (1922–1995)