It is therefore anticipated that there will be a lag phase between restoration of blood volume and return of base deficit to normal.
As berry growth of phase I slows this is termed the lag phase.
During the lag phase, the expression of around 13 proteins, which contain cold shock domains is increased 2-10 fold.
A one-compartment model was assumed with first order absorption and no lag phase.
The semisolid test meal (37 subjects) was found to have a mean half emptying time of 45 minutes with no appreciable lag phase.
The so called lag phase of actin polymerization originates from this step.
The lag phase has high biosynthesis rates, as proteins necessary for rapid growth are produced.
This is the period of adaptation, called the lag phase.
This tan occurs with a 2-day lag phase after irradiation.
During lag phase, bacteria adapt themselves to growth conditions.