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frac·tion

(frak'shŭn),
1. The quotient of two quantities.
2. An aliquot portion or any portion.
3. As a verb, to separate into portions.

fraction

(frăk′shən)
n.
1. An expression that indicates the quotient of two quantities.
2. A chemical component separated by fractionation.
3. A disconnected piece; a fragment.
4. An aliquot portion or any portion.

fraction

A part of a whole. See Ejection fraction, Plasma protein fraction, Purified protein fraction, S phase fraction, Volume fraction.

frac·tion

(frak'shŭn)
1. The quotient of two quantities.
2. An aliquot portion or any portion.

frac·tion

(frak'shŭn)
1. The quotient of two quantities.
2. An aliquot portion or any portion.
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In this study, jojoba seeds were extracted subsequently with several solvent systems and the obtained seven fractions were screened for their insecticidal effect against the Culex pipiens 4th larval instar and phytocidal activity at different plant stages.
The present work reports detection and determination of the phyto-constituents, antifungal and antioxidant activities of n-hexane, ethyl acetate, n-butanol, aqueous fractions and methanolic extract of the plant Jaubertia aucheri.
Fractions can be challenging to teach and learn (Shahbari and Peled, 2017) and their real-life relevancy is often difficult to articulate (Suh et al.
From 20 g of viscous extract, three fractions were obtained, i.e., 8.98 g of water fraction with rendement 44.9% (w/w), 0.18 g of n-hexane fraction with rendement 0.9% (w/w), and ethyl acetate fraction as much as 5.53 g with Randement 27.65% (w/w).
Players play another game of rock-paper-scissors, with the winner again deciding whether players will be creating fractions greater than one-half or less than one-half for that round.
Conclusion: Puncia granatum peel extracts HPLC fractions exhibited potential inhibitory activity against MDR bacterial human pathogens.
The researchers blended chickpea flour with yellow pea starch fraction or yellow pea flour at 10%, 20% and 30% levels.
Figure 20 shows the measured and predicted ultrasonic power consumption during ultrasonic decrosslinking of XHDPE (a), gel fraction (b), and crosslinked density (c) of the ultrasonically decrosslinked XHDPE at a How rate of 6.5 g/min as function of the ultrasonic amplitude at various bubble volume fractions of 0.33%, 0.67%, and 1.33%.
The topic of fractions is fundamental to a student's mathematical development.
The cells of experimental groups were treated with fractions B1~B5, C1~C10, or 5-fluorouracil (5-Fu, positive control) at the concentrations of 5 [micro]g/mL, 10 [micro]g/mL, 20 [micro]g/mL, 40 [micro]g/mL, and 80 [micro]g/mL for 72h, respectively.
where C is the total content of phenolic compounds (mg/g plant extract or its fraction) in GAE; c is the concentration of gallic acid established from the calibration curve (mg/ml); v is the volume of extract (ml); and m is the weight of plant extract or its fractions.
Fractions are a necessary skill and show up in every grade levels Common Core Standards beginning in second grade.