algodystrophy al·go·dys·tro·phy (āl’gō-dĭs’trə-fē)
A local disturbance of growth, particularly in bone and cartilage, that causes pain. Also called algesidystrophy.
algogenic algogenic al·go·gen·ic (āl’gō-jěn’ĭk) adj. See algesiogenic.
a star of the second magnitude in the constellation Perseus: the first known and most famous eclipsing binary star. a computer language in which information is expressed in algebraic notation and according to the rules of Boolean algebra. Historical Examples Pulling her out and reviving her caused so much confusion, it wasn’t until then that […]
like . Historical Examples The pelican nests are slight depressions in the sand, some of them softened with an algoid matting. The New North Agnes Deans Cameron Sometimes biciliated minute cells are found; without any doubt they are zoospores derived from any algoid or fungoid species. Scientific American Supplement, No. 385, May 19, 1883 Various […]
- Algol 58
algol 58 language An early version of ALGOL 60, originally known as “IAL”. Michigan Algorithm Decoder (MAD), developed in 1959, was based on IAL. [“Preliminary report – International Algebraic Language”, CACM 1(12):8, 1958]. [Details? Relationship to ALGOL 60?] (1999-12-10)