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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of phasic

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 phasic:
/fæsɪk/

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  1. with this is the scapular muscles are phasic muscles
  2. now the phasic and tonic muscle concept was first brought about by
  3. now the phasic muscles as described by yonder our muscles that are designed for
  4. all day and the phasic muscles aren't suited for that so when we're told to
  5. we refer to this as being uni-phasic, it has a Hill slope of 1, it is Michealean.
  6. the meta phasic radiation is re-energising them,
  7. with it's Respiratory Phasic Pulsations
  8. and we see the Phasic Respitory pattern of bloodflow
  9. and we see the phasic hum of the blood flow within
  10. Notice that we see a little bit of phasic flow
  11. well as the phasic bursting activity in figure four E and then once again
  12. salience yeah absolutely especially in terms of the dopamine phasic bursting
  13. because we know that when VTA dopamine neurons go into a phasic bursting mode
  14. implicating that that dopamine phasic bursting with that attribution yes
  15. aversive it's that you could be implicating that phasic bursting with as
  16. let us look for the lambda wave the lambda wave it could be mono phasic positive sharp
  17. But as a general rule, almost anything is going to make one of these phasic pulses of
  18. If the tonic level of dopamine is high, then those phasic pulses look smaller, and so the
  19. dopamine signals in the phasic pulse, the way that that dopamine signals that something