Pulse has no root word. It is from the Latin pulsus which is from Latin pellere (to set in motion by beating or striking) and the suffix -tus (the suffix for action verbs).
The root is "meter," meaning a measuring device. The prefix is from Greek for pulse.
Carotid pulse. == ==
pulse what makes sence in the word
the mechanism how pulse crop fix atmospheric nitrogen.
"Pulsare" meaning "to push, beat, pulse"
The neck pulse is the corotid pulse; the wrist pulse is the radial pulse; the arm pulse is the brachial pulse. it seems that the pulses are named according to the artery palpated; therefore, your thumb pulse must be your princeps pollicis pulse. this is an educated guess.
This site is called a pulse point. There are ten sites that are used.
either a rythmical beating or seeds from a leguminous plant grown for food
- temporal pulse, found in your temple. - radial pulse, found in end of thumb. - carotid pulse, found in neck, side of windpipe. - femoral pulse, found in the groin. hope it helped :)
The machine that checks heart rate and pulse is stetoscope
leeanne root fibrious root thin root
A tap root.
Nitrogen fixing bacteria. They convert nitrogen in the iar into a form that the plant can use.
The answer is "pulse". You cannot say "pulsive". There's no such thing as such of that made up word. xD
A 'pulse' is another name for any kind of bean, so you may mean 'bean soup'.