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S

1. Abbreviation for sacral vertebra (S1-S5); spheric, spheric lens; Svedberg unit.
2. Symbol for siemens; sulfur; entropy in thermodynamics; substrate in the Michaelis-Menton mechanism; percentage saturation of hemoglobin (when followed by subscript O2 or CO); serine; seryl; one of the two stereochemical designations (in italics) in the Cahn-Ingold-Prelog system.
3. Designation of a rare human antigen (hemagglutinogen) related genetically to the MNSs blood group. See Blood Groups Appendix.
4. Fourth product in a multisubstrate enzyme.

S

Symbol for entropy.

s

Abbreviation for sinister (L, left), semis, (L, half), second (unit of time); in subscript, denotes steady state.

Abbreviation for L. sine, without.

s

S

spherical lens; serine; siemens; substrate; sulfur; Svedberg unit; sacral vertebrae (S1–S5); heart sound (S1–S4).

S

/S / entropy.

s

second.

/s̄/ [L.] si´ne (without).

s

1 abbreviation for second in SI units.
2 abbreviation for the Latin word sinister, "left."
3 abbreviation for steady state.

S

1 symbol for sulfur.
2 symbol for saturation of hemoglobin.
3 symbol for siemens.

s̄, s

symbol for the Latin sine, "without."

S

1. Salmonella.
2. Spirillum.
3. Staphylococcus.
4. Streptococcus.

S

1. Entropy.
2. Mean dose/unit cumulated activity.
3. Period of DNA synthesis in the cell cycle.
4. Sacral.
5. Saline.
6. Secretin.
7. Serine.
8. Serum.
9. Siemens–SI derived unit, electrical conductance.
10. Slow muscle–physiology.
11. Small.
12. Sound–audiology.
13. Standard.
14. Standard deviation.
15. Streptomycin.
16. Subject–psychology.
17. Subluxation–chiropractic.
18. Substrate.
19. Sulfamethoxasole.
20. Sulfur.
21. Superior.
22. Svedberg unit.
23. Synthesis–phase, cell cycle.
24. System.

s

1. semi, Latin, half.
2. sinistra, Latin, left.

s

1. Distance.
2. Second-time.
3. Secondary.
4. Sedimentation coefficient–physical chemistry.
5. Standard deviation.

S

Abbreviation for sulfur; Svedberg unit; serine; siemens; spheric lens; substrate.

S

Abbreviation for entropy.

s

Abbreviation for steady state; selection coefficient.

s

Abbreviation for sedimentation coefficient.

S

abbrev. SERINE.

S

Abbreviation for sulfur; signature; sinister; stready state.

Abbreviation for L. sine, without.

S

chemical symbol, sulfur; symbol for siemens and svedberg; [L.] semis (half); sight; [L.] signa (mark); [L.] sinister (left).

S phase
see cell cycle.
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