Definition of Fusions

1. Noun. (plural of fusion) ¹



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Definition of Fusions

1. fusion [n] - See also: fusion

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Fusions

fusion rocket
fusion rockets
fusion tag
fusion tags
fusion temperature
fusional
fusional movement
fusioneer
fusioneers
fusionesque
fusionism
fusionisms
fusionist
fusionists
fusionlike
fusions (current term)
fusiony
fusobacterium
fusobacterium infections
fusobacterium necrophorum
fusobacterium nucleatum
fusocellular
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fusogenic
fusogenic vesicle
fusogenicity
fusoid
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fusokine
fusome

Literary usage of Fusions

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1. Psychology, General Introduction by Charles Hubbard Judd (1917)
"Sensation combinati fusions. Space not a sensation, but a product of fusion. T space as a simple example of fusion. Subjective and obj space. ..."

2. Outlines of Psychology by Wilhelm Max Wundt, Charles Hubbard Judd (1902)
"The intensive fusions subdivide into sensation fusions and affective fusions. The chief examples of sensation fusions are those which appear in clang ..."

3. The Psychology of Musical Talent by Carl Emil Seashore (1919)
"SPATIAL fusions The principle of the telharmonium. On the other hand, any number of simultaneous tones of the same pitch will fuse into one, regardless of ..."

4. An Elementary Laboratory Course in Psychology by Herbert Sidney Langfeld, (, Floyd Henry Allport, ( (1916)
"Taste and Smell fusions (17) Materials: An onion. An apple. Milk. Water. Method: (i) Cut very small pieces from the onion and from the pared apple. ..."

5. Transposable Elements in Plants: Sponsored CRIS/ICAR Projects and Bibliography by Andrew Kalinski (1995)
"These measurements showed that the ocs and nos fusions have very low rates of germinal excision. Only the CaMV 36S fusion transformants were found to have ..."

6. The American Naturalist by American Society of Naturalists, Essex Institute (1905)
"Under asexual cell unions and nuclear fusions we shall include a number of interesting phenomena which can be arranged in three groups: (i) cell fusions ..."

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