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 DeCS Categories

D03 Heterocyclic Compounds .
D03.633 Heterocyclic Compounds, Fused-Ring .
D03.633.100 Heterocyclic Compounds, 2-Ring .
D03.633.100.810 Quinolines .
D03.633.100.810.835 Quinolones .
D03.633.100.810.835.322 Fluoroquinolones .
D03.633.100.810.835.322.280 Enoxacin .
G01 Physical Phenomena .
G01.358 Magnetic Phenomena .
G01.358.500 Electromagnetic Phenomena .
G01.358.500.505 Electromagnetic Radiation .
G01.358.500.505.650 Light .
G01.358.500.505.650.552 Infrared Rays .
G01.590 Optical Phenomena .
G01.590.540 Light .
G01.590.540.552 Infrared Rays .
G01.750 Radiation .
G01.750.250 Electromagnetic Radiation .
G01.750.250.650 Light .
G01.750.250.650.552 Infrared Rays .
G01.750.770 Radiation, Nonionizing .
G01.750.770.578 Light .
G01.750.770.578.552 Infrared Rays .
G16 Biological Phenomena .
G16.500 Ecological and Environmental Phenomena .
G16.500.275 Environment .
G16.500.275.063 Atmosphere .
G16.500.275.063.725 Weather .
G16.500.275.063.725.525 Sunlight .
G16.500.275.063.725.525.400 Infrared Rays .
G16.500.750 Meteorological Concepts .
G16.500.750.775 Weather .
G16.500.750.775.525 Sunlight .
G16.500.750.775.525.400 Infrared Rays .
N06 Environment and Public Health .
N06.230 Environment .
N06.230.300 Meteorological Concepts .
N06.230.300.100 Atmosphere .
N06.230.300.100.725 Weather .
N06.230.300.100.725.525 Sunlight .
N06.230.300.100.725.525.400 Infrared Rays .
SP4 Environmental Health .
SP4.011 Science .
SP4.011.087 Contamination .
SP4.011.087.698 Physical Contamination .
SP4.011.087.698.384 Radioactive Pollution .
SP4.011.087.698.384.075 Radiation .
SP4.011.087.698.384.075.176 Thermal Radiation .
SP4.011.087.698.384.075.176.052 Infrared Rays .
SP8 Disasters .
SP8.473 Risk 17142 .
SP8.473.654 Hazards .
SP8.473.654.517 Geology .
SP8.473.654.517.332 Seismology .
SP8.473.654.517.332.278 p Wave .
SP8.473.654.517.332.281 S Wave .
SP8.473.654.587 Meteorology .
SP8.473.654.587.522 Hail 22634 .
SP8.473.654.587.587 Heat Wave (Meteorology) .
SP8.473.654.622 Oceanography .
SP8.473.654.622.672 Tide 22651 .
SP8.473.654.622.687 Wave 22677 .
SP8.473.654.657 Seismology .
SP8.473.654.657.742 p Wave .
SP8.473.654.657.747 S Wave .
 
 Terms
 Synonyms & Historicals
Documents
LILACS e MDL
 
Wave 22677 .
Surge .
Agitation of the surface of the sea caused by local winds. The numerical code representing the state of the sea is the Douglas scale (Material V - Gunn, S.W.A. Multilingual Dictionary of Disaster Medicine and International Relief, 1990); Popular expression describing solitary high wave(s) (Material V - Gunn, S.W.A. Multilingual Dictionary of Disaster Medicine and International Relief, 1990) .
1.00
20
 
Enoxacin .
AT-2266 .
CI-919 .
Enoxacin Sesquihydrate .
Enoxin .
Enoxor .
PD-107779 .
Penetrex .
AT 2266 .
AT2266 .
CI 919 .
CI919 .
PD 107779 .
PD107779 .
Sesquihydrate, Enoxacin .
A broad-spectrum 6-fluoronaphthyridinone antibacterial agent that is structurally related to NALIDIXIC ACID. .
0.46
9609
 
S Wave .
Secondary Wave .
Shear Wave .
Seismic wave of transverse body or shear. The movement of particles through the medium that is perpendicular to the wave propagation direction. It is slower than the P wave and its period is generally two times greater than the P wave. (Free translation from the original: Material IV - Glosario de Protección Civil, OPS, 1992) .
0.42
00
 
Tide 22651 .
The periodic rise and fall of the water resulting from gravitational interactions between Sun, Moon, and Earth. The vertical component of the particulate motion of a tidal wave. Although the accompanying horizontal movement of the water is part of the same phenomenon, it is preferable to designate this motion as tidal current (Tide and Current Glossary, NOAA/NOS - CO-OPS (http://tidesandcurrents.noaa.gov/publications/glossary2.pdf) .
0.41
10
 
Hail 22634 .
Hailstone .
Hard and compact crystal ice formed in stormy clouds like cumulonimbus. It may adopt many different shapes, reach a diameter of up to 8 cm and weight one kilogram, but usually its size does not exceed 2 cm. (Free and partial translation from the original: Material IV - Glosario de Protección Civil, OPAS, 1992) .
0.41
 
Infrared Rays .
Heat Wave .
Infrared Ray .
Ray, Infrared .
Rays, Infrared .
Wave, Heat .
Waves, Heat .
Heat Waves .
That portion of the electromagnetic spectrum usually sensed as heat. Infrared wavelengths are longer than those of visible light, extending into the microwave frequencies. They are used therapeutically as heat, and also to warm food in restaurants. .
0.41
7710753
 
Heat Wave (Meteorology) .
Heatwave .
Heat Wave .
A long lasting period with extremely high surface temperature. (Material II - IDNDR, 1992) .
0.41
20
 
p Wave .
Primary Wave .
Compressional Wave .
Longitudinal Wave .
Compressional or longitudinal wave body generated by an earthquake. The movement of particles passing through the middle in the direction of wave propagation, causes compression and rarefaction. Its speed varies between 6 and 14 km/s and the period varies between 0.1 and 2.0 seconds. (Free translation from the original: Material IV - Glosario de Protección Civil, OPS, 1992) .
0.41
100