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end prod·uct

the final product in a metabolic pathway.
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end prod·uct

(end prŏd'ŭct)
Final point in a metabolic pathway.
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012

end product

The final material or substance left at the completion of a series of reactions, either chemical or physical.
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Motor efficiency: how efficiently the motor performs in terms of the end product's requirements, including energy savings/cost savings, temperature, and regulatory restrictions.
Advanced glycation end products accumulation in the kidneys may lead to damage through the AGERAGE relationship and in situ glycation.
With advancing age, even normal blood sugar levels eventually trigger deadly advanced glycation end products. Studies clearly demonstrate links between major health risks and levels of AGEs in the blood of nondiabetics.
There is also substantial evidence for a direct link between renin-angiotensin system and advanced glycation end products [2124].
"You can say that he doesn't always have the end product and he is not going to be at this club forever, but you can't fault his workrate because he does work hard for the team.
But with wood making up perhaps 40 percent of a recycler's material flow, by Griffing's estimation, considering the wood end products can be a good place to Start.
* The five strategies provide what is in all likelihood an even more consistent, higher quality, transaction-by-transaction end product despite the backlog.
Contaminants come in two varieties: those that pose a threat to the equipment and those that could diminish the quality of the end product.
The Petroleum Manager for the Linn Co-op, John Airy, shared the perspective of the supplier of the end product.
Kyowa Hakko Kogyo will import an intermediate material from a US manufacturer and refine it as an end product. Since the new product is based on plants instead of shellfish, a raw material conventionally used, a stable supply is expected.
* Section 818, Buy American Requirement for Procurement of Goods Containing Components, would require that "with respect to any manufactured end product procured by the Department of Defense (1) the end product shall be manufactured in the United States; and (2) the cost of components of the end product that are mined, produced, or manufactured inside the United States shall exceed 50 percent of the cost of all components of the end product." This section would permit a waiver, if the secretary of defense has prospectively waived the Buy American Act for certain products from a country with which the United States has entered into a reciprocal defense procurement memorandum of understanding.
The TMX1100 is a replacement for Array's existing low end product, (TM-C), with increased performance for the same price.