[yoo-stuh-see] /ˈyu stə si/
noun, plural eustasies. Geology.
any uniformly global change of sea level that may reflect a change in the quantity of water in the ocean, or a change in the shape and capacity of the ocean basins.
denoting or relating to worldwide changes in sea level, caused by the melting of ice sheets, movements of the ocean floor, sedimentation, etc
A uniform worldwide change in sea level caused especially by fluctuations in the amount of water taken up by continental and polar icecaps, or by a change in the capacity of ocean basins.
[yoo-steel, yoo-stee-lee] /ˈyu stil, yuˈsti li/ noun, plural eusteles. Botany. 1. an arrangement of the xylem and phloem in discrete strands, separated by areas of parenchymatous tissue.
noun stress that is deemed healthful or giving one the feeling of fulfillment Word Origin from Greek eu ‘well, good’ + stress, modeled on distress
[yoo-stahyl] /ˈyu staɪl/ adjective 1. having an intercolumniation of 2¼ diameters.
eusystole eu·sys·to·le (yōō-sĭs’tə-lē) n. Normal cardiac systole. eu’sys·tol’ic (-sĭ-stŏl’ĭk) adj.