bubble form

bubble form

region of a double-strand DNA that separates earlier than others, to form 'bubbles' when the heat is increased, because of lower G and C content.
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The winning design will be produced in the form of a sculptural vessel of glass in bubble form with the winners name at the centre.
Knuckles crack when a bubble forms in a joint, new high-speed images reveal.
A bubble forms when the contagion rate goes up for ideas that support a bubble.
If an air bubble forms at the top of the tree, whatever growth is above it gets cut off from the water column and dies back.
When a bubble forms, the air within it vibrates hundreds of times a second and gives off a pulse of sound,' Manasseh says.
Almost immediately, a new magnetic bubble forms inside the base of the first as the first is propelled away, and the process repeats," he added.
Customers who need to collect course evaluation data for their college or corporate programs can distribute printed bubble forms that also allow handwritten comments and text.
Then the bubble forms and the mica snaps back, recoiling so forcefully that damage occurs.
Actually, bubble forms were invented precisely for the purpose of automated processing using specialized scanning equipment.
Once the critical size bubble forms, it grows by diffusion of dissolved gas molecules or molecules of volatile components.
Gas-assist molding was tested by injecting nitrogen through a modified boss pin so that a bubble forms in the region under the pin where sink would normally occur.