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F

1. Symbol for fractional concentration, followed by subscripts indicating location and chemical species; Fahrenheit; farad; fertility; visual field; fluorine; folate; filial generation, followed by subscript numerals indicating specified matings; phenylalanine; variance ratio.
2. Abbreviation for focus1; French scale.

F


f

Symbol for femto-; respiratory frequency; fugacity; formyl; fumarose form (usually following the symbol for the monosaccharide); function.

F

Fahrenheit (scale); farad; fertility (plasmid)); visual field; fluorine; formula; French (scale)); phenylalanine.

F

/F / faraday; force.

f

femto-.

f

/f / frequency (2).

F

abbr.
1. Sports faceoff
2. Fahrenheit
3.
a. fail
b. failure
4. farad
5. fax machine number
6. female
7. Genetics filial generation
8. Sports forward
9. Sports foul
10. franc
11. Friday
12. Football fumble

f

1 symbol for breaths per unit time.
2 symbol for respiratory frequency.

F

1 abbreviation for Fahrenheit.
2 abbreviation for farad.
3 symbol for fluorine.
4 abbreviation for frequency.

F

Symbol for:
1. Degrees Fahrenheit.
2. Factor.
3. Fluorine.
4. Fragment–of antibody.
5. Phenylalanine.

f

Symbol for:
1. Breathing frequency–pulmonary function testing.
2. femto-, SI abbreviation for 10-15 .
3. Frequency.

F

Abbreviation for visual field; farad; filial generation; fluorine; focus; force.

F

Abbreviation for faraday; Faraday constant; free energy.

f

Abbreviation for respiratory frequency; femto-; formyl; fugacity.

F

Abbrev. for, or symbol for, the element Fluorine.

F

abbrev. PHENYLALANINE.

f

frequency of breathing

F

Abbreviation for phenylalanine; fluorine.

F

chemical symbol, fluorine; Fahrenheit; field of vision; formula; French (catheter size); statistical symbol for variance ratio.

f

symbol, femto-.
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