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(a-bŭn'dants),
The average number of types of macromolecules (for example, mRNAs) per cell.
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Temperatures are set to further rise and approach seven degrees Celsius above the seasonal average on Monday with abundantly sunny and hot conditions.
In spite of abundantly water in the area, the management of the society were involved in fleecing the residents by selling its water rather than to provide it free as the residents are regularly paying their water bills to the society.
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It is abundantly clear there is no central plan of direction, and a lack of cohesion.
Now, we will produce the IFN gamma protein more abundantly and cheaply from milk of transgenic rats," he said.
The archbishop could bless anyone and anything as he sees fit, but it is the archbishop's blessing, not God's, for God made it abundantly clear in Scripture that he calls homosexuality not wrong, but rather "an abomination.
In the last few years, Hangkyo Lim and Michael Greenfield of the University of Kansas in Lawrence have found that female rattlebox moths not only detect the sexy scents from other females but also respond by releasing their own pheromones more abundantly.
He has made it abundantly clear that electing Republicans is an integral part of his agenda, and he doesn't mind risking the tax exemption of churches in the process.
Wells, the Dean of the Chapel at Duke University, argues that the glass is half full--God's presence and gifts are abundantly evident in this world.
This has been made abundantly clear by previous UN meetings and documents on the subject, as well as by the statements and actions of IANSA (International Action Network on Small Arms), the UN's main non-governmental organization (NGO) coalition of anti-gun activists.
This is a perfect example of an invasive shrub-like tree planted abundantly in the cities that is taking over much of our native forests.
In the installation at Deitch, the radiant colors of the numerous tondos painted on and projecting from the walls made this abundantly clear.