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Definition of the noun AGENE
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noun - plural: agenes
- [inorganic compound] nitrogen trichloride when it was used as a bleaching agent and improving agent in flour
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Species, Gender, and Identity by Richard Grossinger, Phoebe Gloeckner, Jillian O'Malley
AGENE IS A NUCLEOTIDE SEQUENCE that serves as a functional template for the generation of an RNA molecule—no more. Chromosomes are extraordinarily long DNA molecules bearing a sequence of genes. The notion that each gene ...
Scientific Parenting (2013)
What Science Reveals About Parental Influence by Nicole Letourneau
If agene is a group of nucleotides that codes for a protein,anda proteinis a series ofpolypeptides linked together intoasingle unique shape, then,for the purposes ofour ...
How to Live Forever (2013)
by Alok Jha
Selecting agene means that one or ...
Agene is a segment of DNA (on a specific site on a chromosome) that is ...
Grid Computing (2007)
Experiment Management, Tool Integration, and Scientific Workflows by Radu Prodan, Thomas Fahringer
Agene is a ZEN variable ...
by CTI Reviews
Agene is a molecular unit ofheredity ofa living organism. It is a name given to some stretches of DNAand RNAthat code for a polypeptide or for an RNAchain that has a function in the organism. Living beings depend on genes, as theyspecify ...
Express Biology Form 5 (2012)
by Nalini T. Balachandran, Sia Chwee Khim, Kee Bee Suan
Agene is a basic unit of inheritance consisting of a segment of DNA which occupies a specific locus of a chromosome. It determines a particular characteristic of an organism. 2. A pair of homologous chromosomes Locus ( location of a gene) ...
Words to Say and Things to Do by Susan J. Noonan, Timothy J. Petersen, Jonathan E. Alpert, Andrew A. Nierenberg
Agene is a precise arrangement of molecules (a sequence of DNA) that make up the chromosomes in our cells.
Bang to Eternity and Betwixt (2014)
Cosmos by John Hussey
Agene is a unit of heredityand is a regionofDNA that influencesa particular characteristicin an organism. Genes containan open readingframe thatcan be transcribed, as well asregulatory sequences suchaspromoters and enhancers, which ...
by Robert A. Ronzio
Before World War II, agene (nitrogen trichloride) was used extensively to bleach flour. In wartime England, kennels increasingly used bread scraps to make up for the diminished supply of meat; dogs were observed to go into convulsions that ...
by W. F. Bynum, Roy Porter
agene«for. the Mendelian. afactors«,. didnot wantto discuss itsmaterial basis. EvenT. H.Morgan (1866-1945), who with hiscolleagues atColumbia University, New York, providedthe evidence for associating genes with the thread-like ...
Agene. Process. The bleaching of flour with nitrogen trichloride. The use of such flour in dog foods gave rise to HYSTERIA, CANINE. Agenesis. The absence of an organ as a result of the lack of the primordium in the embryo. Agenosomia.
The Royal English Dictionary ... The Fourth Edition Improved; to which are Added, the Lives of Several Eminent Modern Writers (1771)
by Daniel Fenning
“ As you speak him long agene.” Ben febrfor. AGONIST, S. [see A GoNi síEs] a champion or gontender for a prze. AG9NISTES, S. [ay: -; Gr.] one who used to exhibit ...
Properties and Synonyms by Dr. Ian Morton, I.K. Morton, Judith M. Hall
late gene Agene expressed late in the life-cycle. Latin square design Asystematic method of allocating treatments ...
by Christian Wilhelm Michael Grein, Friedrich Groschopp
in -ne, as haV denne, agenne, agene. Those in -er have Dat. Sg. in -erre, as faegerre; Gen. PI. in -erra, as faegerra, or faegera. AN OUTLINE OF ANGLO-SAXON GRAMMAR. 271 Rem. 2.
Agaene, agene, nagenc, s. A bag, usually of raw-hide, hung on the >addle, to eaarry provisions. '-fciagdnc,' dim. A small purse, a pocket. AGAL, adj. Each, every one ; adr Each time, whenever. Agalaskat, adc. Each <lay. Agalspentieh, adv.
Immunoglobulin gene Agene ...
by Orr, James
(αγενη ́ς, agene ̄ ́s): “of low birth,” “of no account” (1Co. 1:28): “base things of the world.” (g) (αγοραιος, agoraı ́os): “belonging to the marketplace,” loafers, worthless characters (Act. 17:5): “certain lewd fellows of the baser sort”; the Revised ...
by Michael Byram
vatue anributed to the artivity Sense of agene.y ...
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Scrabble value of A1G2E1N1E1
The value of this 5-letter word is 6 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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