Key Word Search
by term...

by definition...

for letter: "P"
Results

Panprotopsychism
 
Panpsychism
 
Parsimony
 
Pascal, Blaise
 
Pathfinder
 
Pathfinding
 
Paul J. Werbos
 
Paul Werbos
 
Pavlov
 
Pavlov, Ivan P.
 
PCR
 
People Index
 
Periodicity Conditioned Reflex
 
Periodicity Conditioning
 
Periodicity Reflex
 
Persi Diaconis
 
Phenomenal Consciousness
 
Physics
 
Plagiarism
 
Plagiarism Index
 
Planck, Max
 
Planck's Constant
 
Plasticity
 
Polymerase Chain Reaction
 
Popper, Karl
 
Popper, Karl R.
 
Post Tetanic Depression
 
Post Tetanic Potentiation
 
Post-synaptic
 
Potassium
 
Potentiation
 
Pre-synaptic
 
Proactive Interference
 
Procedural Memory
 
Propagation Phase
 
Proprioception
 
Proximal
 
PTD
 
PTP
 



Unless otherwise indicated, all glossary content is:
(C) Copyright 2008-2021
Dominic John Repici
~ ALL RIGHTS RESERVED ~
No part of this Content may be copied without the express written permision of Dominic John Repici.






























 



 
Proximal

 
Most generally, this means closer. Nearer to a core point of reference such as an origin.

From a practical robotics/anatomy perspective, this is the point of attachment of a limb, or section of a multi-section limb, to the unit as a whole.

The proximal end of the humerus is attached to the shoulder, as is the proximal end of the entire arm.

Also: Distal        

 
 


































Web-based glossary software: (c) Creativyst, 2001-2021