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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of gradients

The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is an alphabetic system of phonetic notation based primarily on the Latin alphabet. With phonetic transcriptions, dictionarie tell you about the pronunciation of words, because the spelling of an English word does not tell you how you should pronounce it. Below is the phonetic transcription of gradients:
/ɡɹejdints/

Derived Form of gradients

noun
root word: gradient
plural: gradients
verb
root word: gradient
Noun: gradient
1
a graded change in the magnitude of some physical quantity or dimension
Synonymsgradient,
Hyponymsconcentration gradient, gravity gradient, temperature gradient,
Hypernymschange,
Type ofchanges,
Typesgravity gradient*, temperature gradient*,
2
the property possessed by a line or surface that departs from the horizontal
  1. a five-degree gradient
Synonymsgradient, slope,
Hyponymsabruptness, grade, gradualness, pitch,
Hypernymsposition,
Type ofpositions, spatial relation*,
Typesabruptnesses, gentlenesses, grades, gradualnesses, pitches, precipitousnesses, rakes, slants, steepnesses,

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  1. GIVING THEM ENOUGH TRACTION TO SURMOUNT GRADIENTS UP TO 44%.
  2. to neutronic gradients.
  3. preparing samples and running percale gradients particularly
  4. is how robustly can the cells detect gradients?
  5. that the cells can't robustly detect pheromone gradients.
  6. reanalysis of conjugate gradients,
  7. Similarly these two are the fluxes for carriers and these two are the gradients of the fluxes.
  8. what I call morphogen gradients, signals that come from
  9. and dealt with the morphogen gradients,
  10. they are exactly identical when Prandtl number is one and when there are no pressure gradients
  11. we've skinnied down weight-wise as much as we can to the extent that the thermal gradients
  12. Krylov, Conjugate gradients, with ILU type preconditioners.
  13. situation of negligible internal temperature gradients. So as Biot number increases the
  14. gradients. That is all Biot number is - it is ratio of 2 thermal resistances; the ratio
  15. The value of the Biot number decides whether internal temperature gradients are important.
  16. I have said that to you earlier; as the Biot number tends to 0, internal temperature gradients
  17. use is that if the Biot numb is less than .1, we neglect internal temperature gradients.
  18. gradients; therefore because of this value of Biot number, therefore internal temperature
  19. between heat fluxes. We have to relate heat fluxes to temperatures and temperature gradients
  20. of the gradients is the Poisson bracket. Now, go back to ordinary Euclidian space,