Systaltic, sis-tal′tik, adj. alternately contracting and dilating, pulsatory.
Eating, Walking,—all our most elementary movements are pulsatory.
In the case of the pulsatory hypothesis we are fortunately able to apply this test by means of trees.
It is often possible to obtain record of the pulsatory nature of growth-elongation.
The microphonic currents are intermittent or pulsatory, and always flow in the same direction.
It is evident that a pulsatory as well as an alternating current might be used to drive or operate the motors above described.
A third species of dynamo is the pulsatory, in which the current flow is invariable in direction, but proceeds in waves.
The considerations which have just been set forth have led to a third hypothesis, that of pulsatory climatic changes.
Thus our final conclusion is that during historic times there have been pulsatory changes of climate.