Molech Molecule

Molecular

Meanings and phrases

molecular

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
adj.
  1. relating to or produced by or consisting of molecules
  2. relating to simple or elementary organization; --G.A. Miller

molecular biologist

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. a biologist who studies the structure and activity of macromolecules essential to life
E.g.
  • Björn Vennström Björn Vennström (born 1948) is a Swedish molecular biologist.
  • Crick had by this time become a highly influential theoretical molecular biologist.
  • The term exobiology was coined by molecular biologist and Nobel Prize winner Joshua Lederberg.

molecular biology

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n.
  1. the branch of biology that studies the structure and activity of macromolecules essential to life (and especially with their genetic role)
E.g.
  • These findings represent the birth of molecular biology.
  • Such mechanisms also play a great role in molecular biology.
  • In molecular biology, chloramphenicol is prepared in ethanol.

molecular formula

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n.
  1. a chemical formula based on analysis and molecular weight
E.g.
  • C15H19NO The molecular formula CHNO may refer to:
  • C6H6 The molecular formula CH (molar mass: 78.114)
  • C21H25N3O The molecular formula CHNO may refer to:

molecular genetics

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. the branch of genetics concerned with the structure and activity of genetic material at the molecular level
E.g.
  • In 2006 she received her Ph.D in molecular genetics from the University.
  • The focus on molecular genetics was extended in 1980 with the appointment of Heinz Saedler.
  • The citation states that "Dryja is a pioneer in the molecular genetics of human eye disease.

molecular weight

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n.
  1. (chemistry) the sum of the relative atomic masses of the constituent atoms of a molecule; relative molecular mass
E.g.
  • T7 polymerase has a molecular weight of 99 kDa.
  • The molecular weight of LTNF is about 63 kDa.
  • The total molecular weight is 268.86 kD.

relative molecular mass

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n.
  1. (chemistry) the sum of the relative atomic masses of the constituent atoms of a molecule; molecular weight

molecular phylogenetic

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E.g.
  • In the molecular phylogenetic classification of Smith et al.
  • Also in 2014, a molecular phylogenetic study of the lamiids (a.k.a.
  • A large-scale molecular phylogenetic study in 2016 led to the family being revived.

molecular structure

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E.g.
  • The molecular structure of the general cadherin class is known.
  • At low temperatures, solid acids have an ordered molecular structure like most salts.
  • Hydroxycarboxylic Acids – They have hydroxyl carboxyl groups in their molecular structure.

molecular level

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E.g.
  • Miss America has the powers of transmutation on a molecular level.
  • On a molecular level, there is no strict boundary between the liquid state and the vapor state.
  • Much of Izaurralde's early career focused on elucidating how this export occurs at a molecular level.

molecular mechanisms

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E.g.
  • Several molecular mechanisms of antibacterial resistance exist.
  • Kacar is interested in how we can understand the molecular mechanisms of evolution.
  • Known molecular mechanisms of cutaneous mechanosensitivity are not completely understood.

molecular mass

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E.g.
  • C15orf39 has an unmodified molecular mass of 110.6 kDA.
  • This value represents the molecular mass of the substance.
  • The modified molecular mass is 110.7 kDA.

molecular dynamics

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E.g.
  • Computer simulation uses molecular dynamics calculations.
  • The bond order concept used in molecular dynamics and bond order potentials.
  • He studied the structure and molecular dynamics of organic and organometallic compounds.

molecular phylogenetic study

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E.g.
  • Also in 2014, a molecular phylogenetic study of the lamiids (a.k.a.
  • A large-scale molecular phylogenetic study in 2016 led to the family being revived.
  • In 2006, a molecular phylogenetic study showed that Tremandraceae is embedded in Elaeocarpaceae.

molecular data

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E.g.
  • Later molecular data have supported this early hypothesis.
  • Recently, it was assigned to the genus "Neverita" based on molecular data.
  • However, molecular data suggest the polyphyly of this assemblage of fossorial genera.

molecular studies

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E.g.
  • Future molecular studies should provide further insights into their evolutionary relationships.
  • It was proposed in 2005 by Bogner and Hesse after molecular studies indicated the need for the subfamily.
  • One of the first molecular studies, published in 1967 measured immunological distances (IDs) between different primates.

molecular orbital

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E.g.
  • See Linear combination of atomic orbitals molecular orbital method.
  • Thus, knowledge of the "A" values allows one to map the singly occupied molecular orbital.
  • Covalent bonds are better understood by valence bond (VB) theory or molecular orbital (MO) theory.

low molecular

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E.g.
  • Accordingly, the fetal liver cannot metabolize ethanol or other low molecular weight xenobiotiocs.
  • Diamphotoxin, the toxic compound in "Diamphidia", is highly labile, and has a low molecular weight.
  • Esters with low molecular weight are commonly used as fragrances and found in essential oils and pheromones.

molecular oxygen

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E.g.
  • This enzyme is able to convert HMF to FDCA using molecular oxygen.
  • the reaction of CO with molecular oxygen to produce carbon dioxide (CO).
  • The process involves the oxidation of NADPH and the reduction of molecular oxygen.

molecular orbitals

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E.g.
  • Different molecular orbitals have different spatial distribution of the electron density.
  • In fact the O, C and N atoms have molecular orbitals occupied by delocalized electrons, forming a conjugated system.
  • In 1+ cations, such as , a chalcogen forms three molecular orbitals arranged in a trigonal pyramidal fashion and one lone pair.

low molecular weight

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • Accordingly, the fetal liver cannot metabolize ethanol or other low molecular weight xenobiotiocs.
  • Diamphotoxin, the toxic compound in "Diamphidia", is highly labile, and has a low molecular weight.
  • Esters with low molecular weight are commonly used as fragrances and found in essential oils and pheromones.

based on molecular

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • The cladogram is based on molecular phylogeny of six genes in Flynn, 2005.
  • Recently, it was assigned to the genus "Neverita" based on molecular data.
  • This later arrangement has been challenged by phylogenetic analysis based on molecular data.

molecular analysis

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E.g.
  • However, none of the parasites are morphologically distinguishable, except by molecular analysis.
  • The important relationship between ecology and genetic inheritance predates modern techniques for molecular analysis.
  • (3) The rest of the species have not been for the most part well-documented taxonomically and thus, there is limited molecular analysis on their phylogeny.

molecular phylogeny

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E.g.
  • The cladogram is based on molecular phylogeny of six genes in Flynn, 2005.
  • Based on molecular phylogeny work, it is now believed that Hamamelididae is a polyphyletic group.
  • Previously synonymised with "Ceratosoma" this genus is considered valid on the basis of molecular phylogeny.

molecular evidence

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E.g.
  • Several genera formerly classified in the Meruliaceae were moved to the family Steccherinaceae based on molecular evidence.
  • More recently, new fossil and molecular evidence is providing an increasingly clear picture of the evolution of modern bird orders.
  • Both paleobiological and molecular evidence indicate that AM is an ancient symbiosis that originated at least 460 million years ago.

high molecular

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E.g.
  • This two-chain derivative is also called HMW-uPA (high molecular weight uPA).
  • Nearly half of p14 is found in NPM-containing complexes with high molecular mass (2 to 5 MDa).
  • For improved wear resistance, very high molecular weight grades are usually specified for heavy duty or critical bearings.

molecular evolution

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E.g.
  • Application of the molecular clock principle revolutionized the study of molecular evolution.
  • Palmer's research investigates molecular evolution, molecular phylogenetics and comparative genomics.
  • Martin is a distinguished and sometimes controversial contributor to the field of molecular evolution.

molecular basis

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E.g.
  • The molecular basis for genes is deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA).
  • Several studies have begun to investigate the molecular basis of this inheritance.
  • The reluctance for a female to mate again after having mated before has a molecular basis.

molecular phylogenetics

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E.g.
  • Modern molecular phylogenetics suggest the following relationships:
  • However, the use of molecular phylogenetics for dating evolutionary transitions is controversial.
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