terms 意味EN[tɜːmz] [tɝmz]
- 名詞 (Noun)BFtermPREter-
- In the literature these "off-time" youngsters have been termed "early" and "late" developers (Petersen and Taylor, 1980).
- Alternatively, an Amazon-like interface filters the list of molecules by specifying type (Nuclear receptor, coregulator, ligand) or by typing GO Terms or Diseases in autosuggest text boxes.
- It has a structural fold termed GT-B and a retaining mechanism of glucose transfer giving an α-configuration of the growing polyglucan chain (http://www.cazy.org/ ).
- The governor issued many statutes during his term.
- It doesn’t matter how much hand sanitiser you use or how often you turn away from those sniffing around you, you have a runny nose and groggy head to look forward to in your first term.
- It is my pleasure to induct the new Officers for this coming term.
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