What's the difference between mase and maze?

Mase


Definition:

  • (n. & v.) See Maze.

Example Sentences:

  • (1) We present a method for selecting the smoothing parameter by minimizing an estimate of the mean average squared error (MASE).
  • (2) His surviving children are all women: Maki, by his first wife, Evelyn Mase, and Zenani and Zindzi, by his second wife, Winnie Madikizela-Mandela .
  • (3) An easy biochemical method is described, discriminating the beta-lacta-mases coded by various R factors.
  • (4) He also met his first wife, Evelyn Mase, a cousin of Sisulu.
  • (5) In 31 patients a symptomatic septal perforation was repaired using an inferior-turbinate flap originally described by Masing.
  • (6) His surviving children are all women: Makaziwe, by his first wife, Evelyn Mase, and Zenani and Zindzi, by his second wife, Winnie.
  • (7) Arts scene By 4Blind Mice , a visual arts collective of Christo Booth, Ryan Allan, Monde Goniwe and Mawande Mase, who paint murals in the city Facebook Twitter Pinterest The 4BlindMice collective: (from left) Monde Goniwe, Christo Booth, Mawande Mase, Ryan Allan There‚Äôs no shortage of talent in PE.
  • (8) Mandla is the grandson of Nelson Mandela's late first wife, Evelyn Mase.
  • (9) Mandela's surviving children are all women: Makaziwe, with his first wife, Evelyn Mase, and Zenani and Zindzi by his second wife, Winnie Madikizela.
  • (10) The order of potency was burimamide greater than chlorpheniramine greater than triprolidine greater than metiamide in the atrium; and burimamide greater than metiamide greater than triprolidine greater than chlorpheniramine, in the mase cells.
  • (11) In 80 per cent of our cases good functional long-term results were obtained by one rhinoplasty only which was performed according to the techniques of Cottle and Masing.

Maze


Definition:

  • (n.) A wild fancy; a confused notion.
  • (n.) Confusion of thought; perplexity; uncertainty; state of bewilderment.
  • (n.) A confusing and baffling network, as of paths or passages; an intricacy; a labyrinth.
  • (v. t.) To perplex greatly; to bewilder; to astonish and confuse; to amaze.
  • (v. i.) To be bewildered.

Example Sentences:

  • (1) Learning ability was assessed using a radial arm maze task, in which the rats had to visit each of eight arms for a food reward.
  • (2) These impairments were seen in animals of both sexes, a finding which challenges the view that only females prenatally treated with nicotine show deficits in maze learning.
  • (3) It starts and ends in Vidigal and includes a hike up the mountain Tavares Bastos Jazz night at Maze pousada in Tavares Bastos Vidigal is not the only favela with nightlife credentials.
  • (4) The Learning behavior on a water maze was observed in Wistar-JCL rats which were 10 weeks of age at the beginning of tests.
  • (5) The results indicate that behavior in transition states maintained by reinforcement contingencies in the radial maze is similar to that maintained by extended chained schedules, despite the fact that some of the stimuli controlling behavior in the maze are absent at the moment behavior is emitted.
  • (6) "The rise in those who are self-employed is good news, but the reality is that those who have turned to freelance work in order to pull themselves out of unemployment and those who have decided to work for themselves face a challenging tax maze that could land them in hot water should they get it wrong," says Chas Roy-Chowdhury, head of taxation at the Association of Certified Chartered Accountants.
  • (7) In a third experiment, animals were trained 16 days in the same maze configuration and at day 17 they were exposed to the mirror image of the radial maze.
  • (8) In the radial maze task, both VE(-) and VE(+) animals required as many trials to reach the learning criterion as control animals.
  • (9) Spatial working memory was examined in an 8-arm radial water maze task 6 weeks after bulbectomy.
  • (10) Grafts taken from older (E21) donors did produce a short-lasting improvement in the T-maze alternation performance, replicating the previous report.
  • (11) Further studies are needed to clarify the reasons of the marked age-related difference in the effects of DSP-4 on the performance of water maze task in rats.
  • (12) Experimental data are presented on the formation and retention during 24 hours of a motor alimentary conditioned reflex (MCR) in a T-maze, in rats 4--5 months and 1,5--2 months old.
  • (13) Prior to analysis the spatial learning ability of the aged rats was assessed in the Morris' water maze test.
  • (14) Bilateral excitotoxic lesions of the nucleus basalis magnocellularis (NBM) in the rat cause deficits in the water maze, a spatial memory paradigm.
  • (15) In the present work no significant differences were found between the behaviour of FG7142-kindled rats and vehicle-treated controls in social interaction test, elevated plus maze, or the Vogel conflict test of anxiety or in tests of home cage aggression or startle responses.
  • (16) The animals were tested for learning ability in a Morris water maze task starting 6 or 12 weeks post-COLCH.
  • (17) Chronic exposure of rats to low levels of halothane during development, a treatment which retards synaptogenesis, was found to cause a long-term impairment of choice accuracy in the radial-arm maze.
  • (18) A simple T-maze was utilized to evaluate the aversive effects of exposure to three levels of static magnetic field (0, 1.5, and 4 T).
  • (19) Radial arm maze observations were made on offspring rats during a total of 30 trials, and we made the following findings: 1) The number of trials required for fulfilling learning criterion was significantly large in F-DEL and F-NURS male rats groups relative to the controls; that is, F-DEL and F-NURS were slow in learning.
  • (20) These data suggest that doses of NMDA receptor channel antagonists sufficient to disrupt hippocampal long-term potentiation and radial arm maze performance will also disrupt delayed conditional discrimination.