Shedding

Shedding may refer to:

  • Shedding or moulting of body parts
  • Desquamation, pathologic or non-pathologic skin shedding
  • A family of card games where the objective is the "shedding" of one's hand

Other articles related to "shedding":

Blubbers
... Crying (also referred to as sobbing, weeping, bawling, or wailing) is shedding tears as a response to an emotional state in humans ... crying has been defined as "a complex secretomotor phenomenon characterized by the shedding of tears from the lacrimal apparatus, without any irritation of the ocular ... A related medical term is lacrimation, which also refers to non-emotional shedding of tears ...
Maharashtra State Electricity Distribution Company Limited - Zero Load Shedding Model
... Zero Load Shedding Model is being implemented at certain places with the active participation of local citizens through consumer groups and peoples ... filed a petition before the MERC for implementing Zero Load Shedding Model at all the Headquarters of Revenue Divisions - Nagpur, Amravati, Navi Mumbai, Pune and Aurangabad ... Model is unsuccessful so far due to the heavy load shedding implemented in areas like Kalyan, Bhiwandi, Pune, Thane and other areas ...
Sloughing - See Also
... Desquamation, pathologic or non-pathologic skin shedding ... Ecdysis, Shedding of the skin or exoskeleton, mainly in Arthropoda Moulting, biological shedding in many species ...
Cladoptosis
... is sometimes pronounced with the p silent) refers to the phenomenon in botany of the regular shedding of branches ... for branches of the familiar process of regular leaf shedding by deciduous trees ... As in leaf shedding, an abscission layer forms and the branch is shed cleanly ...
Collagen, Type XVII, Alpha 1 - Shedding
... The shedding is lipid raft dependent ... kinase 2 within the NC16A domain, phosphorylation negatively regulates ectodomain shedding ...

Famous quotes containing the word shedding:

    Such is the remorseless progression of human society, shedding lives and souls as it goes on its way. It is an ocean into which men sink who have been cast out by the law and consigned, with help most cruelly withheld, to moral death. The sea is the pitiless social darkness into which the penal system casts those it has condemned, an unfathomable waste of misery. The human soul, lost in those depths, may become a corpse. Who shall revive it?
    Victor Hugo (1802–1885)

    Thus Winter falls,
    A heavy gloom oppressive o’er the world
    Through Nature shedding influence malign,
    And rouses up the seeds of dark disease.
    The soul of man dies in him, loathing life,
    And black with more than melancholy views.
    James Thomson (1700–1748)

    The sin of slavery is one of which it may be said that without the shedding of blood there is no remission.
    James A. Garfield (1831–1881)