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amorph

 [a´morf]
an inactive mutant gene, i.e., one that produces no detectable product.

a·morph

(ā'mōrf),
An allele that has no phenotypically recognizable product and therefore its existence can be inferred on molecular evidence only, depending on the subtlety of the means of detection available.
Synonym(s): silent allele
[G. a- neg. + morphē, form, shape]

a·morph

(ā'mōrf)
An allele that has no phenotypically recognizable product and therefore its existence can be inferred on molecular evidence only.
[G. a- neg. + morphē, form, shape]
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For example, at the lowest compression rate of 0.1 GPa/s, albite turned completely amorph at a pressure of 31.5 gigapascals, while at the highest rate of 81 GPa/s this occurred already at 16.5 gigapascals.
We used seven different Ti[O.sub.2] structures: Polyethylene glycol (PEG)-amorph Ti[O.sub.2], amorph Ti[O.sub.2], PEG-brookite, rutile, anatase, amorph bovine serum albumin (BSA), and brookite BSA.
Amorph, brookite, anatase, and rutile forms of Ti[O.sub.2] nanoparticles (Grafen Chemical Industries, Ankara, Turkey) were coated with PEG and BSA.
In the amorph Ti[O.sub.2] group, nanoparticle toxicity was the highest at a concentration of 30 [micro]g/mL for 72 hours.
Comparison of use of phenotypic and genotypic characteristics for identification of species of the amorph genus Candida and related teleomorph yeast species.
(c) names of taxa--A., Andreolepis; absid., absidata; Am., Amydrotaxis; amorph., amorphognathoides; Anc., Ancoradella; Arch., Archipelepis; Asp., Aspelundia; b., bohemica; c., confluens; Cor., Coryssognathus; Ct., Ctenognathodus; D., Distomodus; e., elegans; eopenn., eopennatus; G., Goniporus; I., Icriodella; K., Kockelella; L., Loganellia; murch., murchisoni; Neth., Nethertonodus; N., Nostolepis; o., ortus; O., Overia; Oul., Oulodus; Oz., Ozarkodina; Oz.
-tOi leitet karitative Adjektive ab: jagamatoi (B 18) 'unteilbar', liikkumatoi (paino) (B 18) 'gleichbleibender Druck', muuttumatoi (B 17) 'unveranderlich', muvvotoi (B 7) 'amorph', painotoi (B 8) 'unbetont', persounatoi (B 8) 'impersonal', puoristumatoi (B 18) 'nichtlabialisiert', sivesanotoi (B 8) 'konjunktionslos', taibumatoi (B 18) 'unbeugbar, inflexibel'.
Here we identify and characterize the presence of amorph ous calcium carbonate and amorphous calcium phosphate (ACP) in one of the more intensively studied biomineralizing systems.
Ems Grilon SA CH-7013 Domat/Ems, Switzerland; 081/36 62 11; Fax, 081/36 74 02 Trade Denier Cut Breaking Specific T ensile Fiber Type Name (dtex) Length(mm) Elgatn Gravity Strength P roperties PE N Grilene 1.2 38 PE HTB Grilene 1.5 38 PE B Grilene 1.7 38/60 PE H Grilene 1.7 51 PE T Grilene 2.8 51,60 6.7, 11 100 PE HS 050 Grilene 2.2 51,60 3.3 60,90 6.7 60 PE F-3 Grilene 1.1-45 38-60 PE W Grilene 3.3-40 60-100 PE NV Grilene 1.7-11 6-34 PA TN-12 Grilon 6-7-44 80 TM-23 44 80 TM-26 6.7-22 80 PA NV Grilon 1.7, 3.3 6 PA M-25 Grilon 1.7 38 PA MC-1 Grilon 1.7, 3.3 38, 51 CO-PA K-140 Grilon 4.2 51 PE Amorph KB Grilene 4.5 51 PE KB-NV Grilene 1.7, 3.3 6 CO-PE K-150 Grilene 5.5 60 K-170 5.5 60 K-190 5.5 60 CO-PE K-150 NV Garilene 5.5 6 K-170 NV 5.5 6 K-190 NV 5.5 6 PA M-23 Grilon 3.3-17 60
Harzburgites have granular, amorph granular and Milonite textures and amorph Olivine 70-80%), amorph Orthopyroxene (15-25%), Clinopiroxine (5%) and Chrome Spinel (less than 2%) and Menitite crystals are seen in their mineralogy composition.
Objective: Amorph Systems has developed AMORPH.aero, a solution able to provide continuous, accurate, near-term forecasts of passenger flows.
/ Conservation Zone 8 Traditional Buildings on Conserved Zone Traditional Pattern of 19th Century Zone 13 Traditional Buildings on terraced Terrain parallel to the Roman Road Zone 7 Traditonal Buildings and Squatters 2nd Degree on Amorphed Grid-Iron Pattern U.A.P.