The Most Frequent Modifications of the Metabolism and the Effects of AD Bio-Phyto-Modulators
AbstractThe resonance is the process through which takes place a transfer of energy between two vibratory systems oscillating at a close frequency, the source system and the resonator system. As result, the amplitude of the vibrations of the resonator system increases. If the frequency of vibration of the resonator system is perfectly equal to the frequency of the source system, the amplitude of the vibrations of the vibrator system increases very much, tending towards a maximum characteristic value. Without the inertial phenomena, it would tend to infinite.
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