any protein lacking one or more essential amino acids in correct proportions as necessary for good nutrition and health, true of many plant foods; also called incomplete protein
See complete protein
See incomplete protein
- Partial reinforcement
noun 1. (psychol) the process of randomly rewarding an organism for making a response on only some of the occasions it makes it
- Partial response maximum likelihood
storage (PRML) A method for converting the weak analog signal from the head of a magnetic disk drive into a digital signal. PRML attempts to correctly interpret even small changes in the analog signal, whereas peak detection relies on fixed thresholds. Because PRML can correctly decode a weaker signal it allows higher density recording. For […]
noun, Bridge. 1. . [pahrt-skawr, -skohr] /ˈpɑrtˈskɔr, -ˈskoʊr/ noun, Bridge. 1. a contract to make less than the number of tricks required for game: to bid a part-score of three diamonds. 2. the number of points gained by making such a contract: a part-score of 60 points.
- Partial seizure
partial seizure n. Focal epilepsy.