(redirected from Journal editor)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Encyclopedia.


Process in which a medical transcriptionist makes minor changes in a dictated report such as grammatical errors, inconsistencies, redundancies, or inappropriate remarks without altering the dictator's style.
See also: verbatim transcription
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012


a system that has evolved to correct errors occurring during DNA REPLICATION. The DNA POLYMERASE enzymes involved in DNA replication possess an EXONUCLEASE activity, which serves a ‘proofreading’ and ‘editing’ function. Mistakes, in terms of MISMATCH OF BASES, due to the wrong BASE being inserted during replication, are searched for and excised.
Collins Dictionary of Biology, 3rd ed. © W. G. Hale, V. A. Saunders, J. P. Margham 2005
References in periodicals archive ?
The onset of my journal editor "identity journey" was not obvious; it began way before I actually became an editor.
Despite these weaknesses, Free People, Free Markets is a valuable resource for those who want a better understanding of the world as the Journal editors saw it and an account of the Journal's role in changing that world.
Consistent with my orientation as journal editor, I expected feedback from reviewers to be timely, substantive, and respectful.
In late July 2003, Segun Wallace, our Section journal editor, died suddenly from post-operative complications after surgery.
Pianist and journal editor Malcolm Troup chaired the event.
"We take this approach because we believe what recruiters think is of the highest importance to prospective and current MBA students," says Ron Alsop, the Journal editor who conducted the survey with Harris Interactive.
Her predecessor at the 58,000-circulation Salem paper, Sara Bentley, resigned suddenly after 13 years as publisher, citing personal reasons, says Statesman Journal Editor Steven A.
These new modes of publication pose questions about the future role of the journal editor. There is much uncertainty about the impact of Internet publishing on the future of scientific journals as well as on the traditional ways of ensuring the validity of the papers published there.
Titled "Accounting--The Digital Way," the article, which was published in May 1999, was written by Scott Boggs, CPA, corporate controller of Microsoft, and edited by Journal editor Stanley Zarowin.
The award was presented during AMSN's 9th Annual Convention in Orlando by journal Editor Marilyn Fetter and AMSN President Sharon Gothberg.

Full browser ?