Circulation

Science / Weather / Circulation: The flow or motion of a fluid in or through a given area or volume. In meteorology, it is used to describe the flow of air as it moves around a pressure system in the atmosphere. It describes smaller patterns in semi-permanent pressure systems as well as the relatively permanent global currents of air. In oceanic terms, it is used to describe a water in current flow within a large area, usually a closed circular pattern such as in the North Atlantic.

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Circulation Noun Synonyms: circuit, course, orbit, flow, flowing, motion
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Coronary Circulation

Health / Fitness / Coronary Circulation: Circulation of blood to the heart muscle associated with the blood carrying capacity of a specific vessel or development of collateral vessels (extra blood vessels). MORE

Circulation Cells

Science / Weather / Circulation Cells: Large areas of air movement created by the rotation of the earth and the transfer of heat from the equator toward the poles. Circulation is confined to a specific region, such as the tropics, temperat MORE

Lymphatic Circulation

Science / Biology / Lymphatic Circulation: A secondary circulatory system that collects fiuids from between the cells and returns it to the main circulatory system; the circulation of the lymphatic system, which is part of the immune system. MORE

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