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gram (or grams); gingival; glucose; gonidial.
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Abbreviation or symbol for gravitational units , under unit; gap3; gauss; giga-; d-glucose, as in UDPG; guanosine, as in GDP; glycine; guanine.
Symbol for newtonian constant of gravitation; Gibbs free energy; Gact or G‡, Gibbs energy of activation; conductance.
Abbreviation for gram; gaseous state.
Unit of acceleration based on the acceleration produced by the earth's gravitational attraction, where 1 g = 980.621 cm/sec2 (about 32.1725 ft/sec2) at sea level and 45° latitude. At 30° latitude, g equals 979.329 cm/sec2.
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5. gravitational constant
7. Football guard
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4. Giga-, SI for 109
2. Genome, see there.
3. Gram, see there.
4. Gravity, see there.
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Abbreviation for newtonian constant of gravitation; d-glucose;
Abbreviation for gram.
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Abbreviation for guanosine.
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