of or relating to a system.
pertaining to or affecting the body as a whole.
pertaining to or affecting a particular body system.
(of a pesticide) absorbed and circulated by a plant or other organism so as to be lethal to pests that feed on it.
another word for systematic (sense 1), systematic (sense 2)
(physiol) (of a poison, disease, etc) affecting the entire body
(of a pesticide, fungicide, etc) spreading through all the parts of a plant and making it toxic to pests or parasites without destroying it
a systemic pesticide, fungicide, etc
systemic sys·tem·ic (sĭ-stěm’ĭk)
Of or relating to a system.
Of, relating to, or affecting the entire body or an entire organism.
Relating to or affecting a particular body system, especially the nervous system.
Relating to systemic circulation.
noun, Anatomy. 1. the circulatory system in general. 2. (in mammals and birds) the circulatory system excluding the pulmonary circulation. systemic circulation n. Circulation of blood throughout the body through the arteries, capillaries, and veins, which carry oxygenated blood from the left ventricle to various tissues and return venous blood to the right atrium.
noun 1. a school of linguistics of British origin that emphasizes the social functions of language and describes grammar in terms of hierarchically organized structures and of systems of mutually exclusive choices available to the speaker under specified conditions.
noun, Pathology. 1. an autoimmune inflammatory disease of the connective tissues, occurring mainly among middle-aged women, chiefly characterized by skin eruptions, joint pain, recurrent pleurisy, and kidney disease. Abbreviation: SLE. systemic lupus erythematosus systemic lupus er·y·the·ma·to·sus (ěr’ə-thē’mə-tō’səs, -thěm’ə-) n. Abbr. SLE A chronic multisystemic inflammatory disease with variable features, frequently including fever, weakness and fatigability, […]
- Systemic vascular resistance
systemic vascular resistance n. An index of arteriolar constriction throughout the body, calculated by dividing the blood pressure by the cardiac output.