[rey-dee-oh-sen-si-tiv] /ˌreɪ di oʊˈsɛn sɪ tɪv/
(of certain tissues or organisms) to or destructible by various types of radiant energy, as x-rays, rays from radioactive material, or the like.
affected by or sensitive to radiation
radiosensitive ra·di·o·sen·si·tive (rā’dē-ō-sěn’sĭ-tĭv)
Sensitive to the action of radiation. Used especially of living structures.
noun, Informal. 1. a room or structure, as on a ship, for housing radio equipment.
[rey-dee-oh-sen-si-tahy-zer] /ˌreɪ di oʊˈsɛn sɪˌtaɪ zər/ noun 1. a substance, as a drug, that enhances the sensitivity of tissues or cells to radiation therapy.
- Radio silence
noun a condition requiring all radio stations in an area to stop transmitting during a period of time; the period of time during which this condition exists Examples The military group was told not to break radio silence. Word Origin 1946
graphics A method for rendering a view of a three-dimensional scene that provides realistic lighting effects, such as interobject reflections and color bleeding. Radiosity methods are computationally intense, due to the use of linear systems of equations and the spatial complexity of large scenes. Usenet newsgroup: news:comp.graphics. [Is radiosity more accurate than ray tracing? Does […]