Origin of systole
Related formspre·sys·to·le, noun
Examples from the Web for systole
That the intrinsic motion of the heart is the systole, and not the diastole, as previously imagined.Fathers of Biology|Charles McRae
They require also to maintain a continual state of expansion and contraction, of systole and diastole.The Ocean World:|Louis Figuier
It has been calculated that the average amount of blood thrown into the aorta at every systole of the heart is from 50 to 100 c.c.Arteriosclerosis and Hypertension:|Louis Marshall Warfield
The book has clearly not completed its elementary act of respiration; the systole of Vol.
Systole, diastole, swift and ever swifter goes the Axe of Samson.The French Revolution|Thomas Carlyle