entrainable

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entrain +‎ -able

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entrainable (comparative more entrainable, superlative most entrainable)

  1. (biology) Capable of being entrained, or brought into a specific rhythm
    a food-entrainable oscillator
    • 2000, Friedrich K. Stephan, “Food Shift Effect”, in George Fink editor, Encyclopedia of Stress A-D[1], ISBN 0122267354, page 168:
      A number of other studies indicate that there are interactions between light-entrainable and food-entrainable circadian systems, ie, the period and phase of one has an effect on the other.

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